(1) FABERGE eggs__ The 'Resurrection' Faberge Egg by Faberge ca 1887. Made of yellow gold, rock crystal, rose-cut diamonds, pearls, brilliant diamonds and various colored enamels. It is one of Faberge's masterpieces and the only one to reference the Easter story. It has been postulated the the 'Resurrection' egg is the missing surprise from the 'Renaissance' egg. The theory is supported by not bearing an inventory number.
The Garden Tomb in Jerusalem is believed to be the burial place of Jesus. 2,000 years after his death, followers of Christ still flock to see the empty tomb, one of the strongest proofs of the resurrection.