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Faberge Lilies of the Valley Egg 1898. A gift from Nicholas II to his wife Alexandra. In gold, green gold, rose & green enamel, diamonds, rubies, pearls. Surprise is watercolor on ivory 3 portraits when turn pearl button on side. Now owned by Viktor Vekselberg at Faberge Museum St Petersburg

Lillies of the Valley Egg 1898 Faberge atelier, Mikhail Perkhin St Petersburg Gold, diamonds, rubies, enamel

Lilly of the Valley (muguet), the good luck flower, story with related paintings and antiques http://www.arteeblog.com/2015/05/a-historia-do-muguet-flor-de-maio-e-da.html

A história do muguet, a flor de Maio e da sorte, com pinturas e antiguidades

Decore com Gigi: Ovos FABERGÉ.

Ovos FABERGÉ.

Pics: The best of Peter Carl Faberge's exquisite eggs - Tech News - IBNLive

Faberge Colonnade Egg 1910. In 1927 the Colonnade Egg was sold as one of nine eggs to Emanuel Snowman of London antique dealer Wartski. Two years later it was sold to Queen Mary of Teck and inherited by Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. It remains in the Royal Collection.

The Colonnade Fabergé Egg in 1927 it was sold as one of 9 eggs to Emanuel Snowman of London antique dealer Wartski; 2 years later it was sold to Queen Mary of Teck and inherited by Queen Elizabeth II in it remains in the Royal Collection)

"Lilies of the Valley" - Fabrege created this egg for the Tsarina as an Easter gift from Tsar Nicholas II in 1898.  It is made from gold, ormolu (gilded bronze), vermeil (gilded silver), enamels, pearls and small diamonds.

Fabergé-Eier: Filigrane Meisterwerke

Fabergé, "Lilies of the Valley Egg." Commissioned by Tzar Nicholas II as a gift to the Tsaritsa, Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna.

Résultat d’images pour Romanov Eggs By Faberge

Résultat d’images pour Romanov Eggs By Faberge

Imperial Rose Trellis egg, originally created in 1907, celebrated the birth of Czarevich Alexi, son and heir of Nicholas and Alexandra.

The spectacular Imperial Rose Trellis egg, originally created in celebrated the birth of Czarevich Alexei, son and heir of Nicholas and Alexandra.

Faberge Egg Wedding or Engagement Ring Box, Art - Faberge Eggs, Boxes, Jewelry, Ornaments & More

A Faberge Egg-Faberge Wedding Ring Egg Box - Reminiscent of the style of Peter Carl Faberge, warranted court jeweler to the Russian Tsar and Russian nobility.

(1)FABERGÉ eggs__ Art Nouveau__ Fabergé  "LILIES of the VALLEY" Egg - 1898 - Made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé - Enamel, gold, diamonds, rubies, pearls - Tsar Nicholas II, as a gift for Tsaritsa Alexandra Fyodorovna - @~ Mlle - http://www.faberge.com/news/57-afabergeggstudy.aspx

Imperial Lilies of the Valley Egg ca. 1898 Given by Czar Nicholas II to his wife, the Empress Alexandra Fedorovna in the Imperial Lilies of the Valley egg is one of three Art Nouveau eggs created by Faberge.

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.

Imperial Faberge Eggs - made for the Russian Imperial Families

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.

"Forget Me Not" blue decorated egg, for the Russian Imperial Court by Fabergé.

The Rothschild Clock Egg, Egg of Imperial Quality, varicoloured gold, pearls, diamonds, enamel, 1902. Presented by Beatrice Eprussi de Rothschild to Germaine Halphen on the occasion of her engagement to Beatrice's brother Baron Edouard de Rothschild. Russia, Moscow by Alexander Ivanov

eggs__Rothschild Faberge Clock Egg 1902 Cockerel in the Cockerel Egg. The gold and enamel egg has been dated 1902 and signed by Karl Faberge. It features a clock with a diamond-set cockerel that pops up every hour and flaps its wings.

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