Gatchina Palace Egg - When opened up, the egg reveals the surprise, a miniature replica of the Gatchina Palace, the Dowager Empress' principal residence outside St. Petersburg. The miniature is fixed inside the egg, and cannot be removed from it.
(2) FABEGRE eggs__"Alexandra and Ribbon " Crystal Egg During the reign of Alexander III, Fabergé created 1 Easter egg each year. After the death of his dad whenever Nicolas II ascended to the Russian throne inside 1894, Fabergé produced 2 eggs - 1 for the active Czar's mom Maria Feodorovna plus another for the Czarina Alexandra Feodorovna. Mouth blown and copper wheel engraved crystal egg with 24k hand-painted gold decoration. Mounted on gold-plated bronze Laurel stand.
Faberge - Imperial Easter Egg number twenty - The "Pansy Egg", from 1899. This egg was formerly known as the "Spinach Jade Egg", and is made of nephrite, gold, diamonds, and white, red, green, and opaque violet enamel. It rests on a bouquet of twisted gold leaves, from which grows five flowers and five buds of pansies, enameled in various nuances of violet and set with diamonds.