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(1) FABERGE Egg No. 25?__1902. Imperial "Clover Leaf "Egg. Emperor Nicholas II to Empress Alexandra Feodorovna. The surprise has been lost but according to archives it is reported to be a four leaf clover with twenty three diamonds, and four miniature portraits of the four daughters of the Emperor: Olga, Tatiana, Maria and Anastasia.


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Green Faberge Egg- These are so ornate, I need one at least... Scroll down when you search "faberge egg" to find the purple egg right on that page!

Faberge Egg from 1899: The Green Eggs and Ham. Oops, the Pansy Egg (aka the Spinach Jade)? It’s your stereotypical Fab Egg, just begging to be opened

1906 Moscow Kremlin Egg, the largest Faberge Easter egg on display in the exhibition "Treasures from the Kremlin: The World of Faberge" at Sydney's Powerhouse Museum.

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.

Faberge. The Bay tree egg (also known as the Orange tree egg) is a jewelled carved nephrite and enameled Easter egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in 1911, for Nicholas II of Russia, who presented the egg to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna on April 12, 1911.

Russian Czar Alexander III commissioned Faberge to design and construct the first of dozens of eggs in 1885 as an Easter gift for his wife, Maria.