The sculpture titled "Aspiration" can be found crawling up the exterior wall of the Treasury Building, in south central Dublin. The statue represents the struggle for freedom in Ireland, which eventually led to the Easter Rising in 1916.
Fabergé double frame of three-colour gold, blue guilloché enamel, half pearls, rose diamonds, and ivory, with photographs of Prince Charles of Denmark and Princess Maud of Wales. Workmaster Viktor Aarne, 1901. Bought by the Dowager Tsarina Marie Feodorovna, 3 January 1901.