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Faberge unveils first Imperial egg in 99 years | Lifestyle | GMA News Online (2-24-15)

Faberge unveils first Imperial egg in 99 years

Once the jewel-encrusted playthings of the Russian royal family, the first Faberge Imperial egg produced in almost a century is set to be unveiled in Qatar on Tuesday, its makers said.

Bee & flower Faberge egg.

Bee & flower Faberge egg.

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Imperial Russian Objects

FABERGE FIREBIRD STERLING SILVER & ENAMEL EGG - Beautiful piece of work by the House of Carl Igor Faberge. Constructed of sterling silver and plated with 18K yellow gold. Inside surprise depicts a Firebird or Phoenix. This Piece is also a music box. #FabergeEgg #RussianAntiques #MusicBox

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FABERGE FIREBIRD STERLING SILVER & ENAMEL EGG - Beautiful piece of work by the House of Carl Igor Faberge. Constructed of sterling silver and plated with 18K yellow gold. Inside surprise depicts a Firebird or Phoenix. This Piece is also a music box. #FabergeEgg #RussianAntiques #MusicBox

Fabrege Jeweled Egg. Pink Fabrege Egg

Faberge egg. Isolated on black. | Editorial image | Colourbox

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HUEVOS DE FABERGÉ: 69 joyas (obras maestras de la joyería) creadas por Carl Fabergé y sus artesanos para los zares de Rusia (1885 y 1917). Cada año, por Pascua, la zarina recibía uno como regalo, estos huevos siempre contenían una sorpresa. Para su realización, Fabergé utilizaba el esmalte guilloché, metales como el oro y piedras preciosas. Buscaba representar los colores de la naturaleza simulando flores, plantas, insectos y pájaros siempre con el estilo art nouveau típico de esa época.

HUEVOS DE FABERGÉ: 69 joyas (obras maestras de la joyería) creadas por Carl Fabergé y sus artesanos para los zares de Rusia (1885 y 1917). Cada año, por Pascua, la zarina recibía uno como regalo, estos huevos siempre contenían una sorpresa. Para su realización, Fabergé utilizaba el esmalte guilloché, metales como el oro y piedras preciosas. Buscaba representar los colores de la naturaleza simulando flores, plantas, insectos y pájaros siempre con el estilo art nouveau típico de esa época.

Franklin Mint House of Faberge egg music box, "The Peter Carl Faberge 150 Anniversary Imperial Egg Fountain of Jewels". Crafted of sterling silver with 24KT gold accents, white sapphires and blue guilloche. The top opens to reveal a fountain with clear and blue crystal drops and the waltz "The Blue Danube" plays. Original paperwork included. 6 3/4" H.

Franklin Mint Faberge Egg - Jul 19, 2014 | Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals in TN

Franklin Mint House of Faberge egg music box, "The Peter Carl Faberge 150 Anniversary Imperial Egg Fountain of Jewels... on Jul 19, 2014

Incredible Russian silver  cobalt enamel egg by Faberge.  Gold wash interior. Has Ivan Lebedkin, Moscow town marks with 88 silver purity mark. Has cyrillic Faberge mark

Incredible Russian silver cobalt enamel egg by Faberge. Gold wash interior. Has Ivan Lebedkin, Moscow town marks with 88 silver purity mark. Has cyrillic Faberge mark

Faberge Egg

Faberge Egg

Faberge Egg  : More Like This At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Faberge Egg : More Like This At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

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Carl Faberge Eggs..

Perfume bottle by Carl Faberge. Blue guilloche enamel and a silver gilt swag looping from the shoulder.

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Perfume bottle by Carl Faberge. Blue guilloche enamel and a silver gilt swag looping from the shoulder.

The Mosaic egg, also belonging in the Royal Collection was considered one of Faberge’s most sophisticated creations. It was gifted to the Empress Alexandra by her husband, Tsar Nicholas II in 1914. However, due to the original invoice being destroyed, the exact cost of this egg is unknown. The five portraits on the ‘surprise’ are of OTMA and Alexei, their children.

The Mosaic egg, also belonging in the Royal Collection was considered one of Faberge’s most sophisticated creations. It was gifted to the Empress Alexandra by her husband, Tsar Nicholas II in 1914. However, due to the original invoice being destroyed, the exact cost of this egg is unknown. The five portraits on the ‘surprise’ are of OTMA and Alexei, their children.