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(1) FABERGE eggs__(known as both) ""The Cockerel Egg or The Cukoo Clock Egg"" (1900) - Presented to Maria by her son, Nicholas II. Currently in the Viktor Vekselberg collection in Russia.

The Faberge Imperial "Cuckoo Egg (or Cockeral Egg)" clock. Gift from Nicholas II to his mother, empress Maria Fiodorovna on Easter.

Faberge Egg, ca. 1896 ~ This egg is covered in white, translucent enamel over a guilloché ground and is decorated in four-colored gold, diamonds and rubies.

Fabergé Egg, ca. 1896 ~ This egg is covered in white, translucent enamel over a guilloché ground and is decorated in four-colored gold, diamonds and rubies.

Faberge Style Egg, Art - Faberge Eggs, Boxes, Jewelry, Ornaments & More

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۞ ⊛ Imperial Coronation Egg by Peter Carl Faberge

Music Playing Blue Faberge Egg Trinket Box with a Pearl on Top Handmade by Keren Kopal Decorated with Swarovski Crystals

Music Playing Blue Faberge Egg Trinket Box with a Pearl on Top Handmade by Keren Kopal Decorated with Swarovski Crystals

(5)FABEGRE eggs__Intricate: The egg is painted in detail  from the Kremlin Museum collection in Moscow, Russia,

Who is Peter Carl Faberge? Story (and pictures) behind the Google doodle

A Faberge egg

Born Peter Carl Fabergé in he would become the most famous goldsmith of his time. Son of jeweler Gustav Fabergé, owner of a small silver and jewelry shop in St.

16 (I) "Blue Serpent Clock Egg" 1895 was commissioned by Alexander III for his wife, Czarina Maria Fyodorovna for Easter.  The serpent winds around the pedestal of the egg and serves as the clock's hand.   Later given to Prince Rainier of Monaco to honor his silver jubilee, it became one of Princess Grace most treasured possesions.  Media:  gold, opalescent, white enamel, diamonds, sapphires.  Work-master:  unk, assumed Mikhail Perhin.  Location:  Prince Ranier II Collection, Monaco. aei

/ The Blue Serpent Clock Egg was the first of the Imperial Faberge eggs to feature a clock & along with the First Hen Egg, is the only known surviving Imperial egg from the

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