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This is a rare original tsarist era Faberge miniature egg pendant, 1908-1917. The egg is covered with a pearl white guilloche enamel and embellished with a four petal flower designed in Art Nouveau taste. The flower is set with four pear cut rubies.

A Fabergé silver kovsh, workmaster Stephen Väkevä (Wakeva), St Petersburg, 1899-1904. The polished bowl with reeded and line-engraved border, the cartouche-form handle cast with strapwork, the prow mounted with an Imperial eagle, the base inset with a 1 rouble silver coin of Peter the Great dated 1725, three ball feet, gilt interior.

(3) FABERGE eggs__Theo Faberge___Alexander Palace, situated within the Palace & Park ensemble of Tsarkoye Selo, is one the summer residences from the Romanov era. Poignantly, it was from here that Nicholas II and his family departed on their final tragic journey to Yekaterinburg.

Fabergé Mechanical Silver and Palisander Wood Imperial Bell Push, Workmaster Nevalainen

A Fabergé Imperial Presentation jeweled gold tie pin, workmaster Alfred Thielemann, St Petersburg, 1908-1911. Centred with a rose-cut diamond-set Imperial crown within an openwork frame of rose-cut and larger circular-cut diamonds. Purchased by the Imperial Cabinet on 13 May 1911 for 90 roubles; possibly among the objects taken by Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna on her visit to England for the coronation on 22 June of her nephew, King George V.

from Olivia Palermo

Fabergé Big-Egg Hunt

Egg created by Beth Katleman for the 2014 Fabergé big-egg hunt. Made of "over 600 handmade porcelain flowers, pearls, bunnies and cast flea-market treasures." "I’ve always loved the fancy sugar Easter eggs with little bunnies inside," Katleman said.

A Fabergé jewelled gold egg pendant, workmaster Henrik Wigström, St Petersburg, circa 1910, formed of interwoven strips of green gold within rose-cut diamonds, gold loop.