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Imperial Faberge Eggs - made for the Russian Imperial Families

Peter, the Great Egg, 1903. This Easter egg was made under the supervision of the Russian jeweler Peter Carl Fabergé i for the last Tsar of Russia, Nicholas II.

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Faberge Egg

A Fabergé egg is a jeweled egg made by the House of Fabergé.

Russian Jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé - Gemini, born May 30 1846 in Saint Petersburg, died September 24, 1920. Best known for the ornate eggs Tsar Nicholas commissioned him to make for the Tsarina every Easter in the style of traditional decorated eggs. With natal Jupiter - planet of higher learning & travel - in the venusian-ruled sign of Taurus, he gained training in his art while traveling in Germany, France, England & Paris before returning to Russia to work for the family Jewellery…


Fabergé jewellery video: coloured gemstones shine out in the new Secret Garden collection

Fabergé earrings from the new Secret Garden high jewellery collection. The new Secret Garden collection of Fabergé jewellery looks to delight with the unexpected. Leaves carved from Siberian jade unfurl alongside hot pink sapphires and deep red spinels, entwined by delicate gold tendrils set with a trail of graduated Colombian emeralds.

Faberge Mazurka ring. This piece is set in Platinum and features 826 white diamonds totalling 5.03 carats and a 3 carat center diamond.


Houston collectors put sensational Faberge collection on show


Egg "Duchess of Marlborough" made ​​in 1902 iperatorskoy jewelry firm of Carl Faberge. Master - jeweler - Michael Perkhin.

The Gatchina Palace Egg, made by House of Faberge, 1901