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)
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.
Imperial Faberge Eggs - made for the Russian Imperial Families
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.