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Fabergé nephrite, gold and gemstone gum pot in the shape of an egg, workmaster Michael Perchin, 1903. Probably acquired by Queen Alexandra; in the Royal Collection by 1953.

Faberge Gum pot in the form of an egg - Creator: Mikhail Evlampievich Perkhin Creation Date: 1896 - Nephrite, a stone which Fabergé used extensively and particularly successfully for a wide variety of desk accessories.

Fabergé jeweled, sky blue guilloche enamel, and silver gum pot, Moscow.

faberge jewelled, guilloche enamel and silverlight blue gum pot.

Fabergé Gum Pot | From a unique collection of vintage desk accessories at https://www.1stdibs.com/jewelry/objets-dart-vertu/desk-accessories/

Fabergé Gum Pot, workmaster H. Petersburg, Two-color gold-mounted enamel and bloodstone gum-pot.

The surprise in this egg is a clockwork music box with its original gold key at the base of the egg.  The music box plays "Izhe Khveruviny" ("Cherubim Hymn"), a favorite hymn of Tsar Nicholas II. Miss Meadows' Pearls - Fashion, Photography, Alternative Model, Burlesque, Vintage

(known as both) The Moscow Kremlin Egg or The Uspenski Cathedral Egg - Presented to Alexandra by her husband, Nicholas Il. Currently in the Kremlin Armoury Museum in Moscow.

The Duchess of Marlborough (or Pink Serpent) Egg. 1902 St. Petersburg. This egg was purchased by American-born heiress Consuelo Vanderbilt, Duchess of Marlborough and niece to Biltmore Estate's creator, George Washington Vanderbilt, on the occasion of the visit to Russia in 1902 of the duke and duchess of Marlboro.  The only Easter Egg to have been commissioned from Fabergé by an American, is inspired by a Louis XVI clock with revolving dial.

FABERGE eggs__"Duchess of Marlborough Egg 1902 (or Pink Serpent) Egg 2002 acquired by Victor Vekselberg of Russia.

Faberge Caviar Server

Fabergé Caviar Server - A caviar server in lobed crystal with gilt-metal handles

The Royal Danish egg (also known as the Danish Jubilee egg) is a jewelled enameled Easter egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in 1903, for Nicholas II of Russia, who presented the egg to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna. One of eight Fabergé eggs that are currently lost, it is one of two eggs whose existence is known only from a single photograph. The egg contains miniature portraits of the parents of the Dowager Empress.

The Royal Danish egg (also known as the Danish Jubilee egg), One of eight Fabergé eggs that are currently lost, it is one of two eggs whose existence is known only from a single photograph.

FABERGE Enamel Gum-Pot silver gilt and pan-Slavic style cloisonne, Moscow, 1908-1917 #GumPot #EuropeanAntiques #Faberge

FABERGE Enamel Gum-Pot

Fabergé enamelled gum-pot silver gilt and pan-Slavic style cloisonne, Moscow

Ovo Fabergé - Peter Carl Fabergé - 1846/1920 - Joalheiro Russo.

1901 "Gatchina Palace" Faberge Egg made Tzar Nicholas. The egg opens to reveal a miniature gold replica of the Palace at Gatchina, a village near St.

The Concise History of Fabergé Eggs. The Original Cases containing the Eggs - hand delivered by Carl Faberg - an event everyone waited for including the public.

The Concise History of Fabergé Eggs

The Concise History of Fabergé Eggs The Original Cases containing the Eggs - hand delivered by Carl Faberg - an event everyone waited for including the public.

The Third Imperial Egg Carl Fabrege 1887 and 1895

Faberge Egg: Hunt for 20 Million Imperial Easter Egg Finally Over

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