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Faberge Eggs Survival Following Russian Revolution 1917

Welcome to a captivating journey through the enchanting world of Faberge eggs. In this article, we will delve into the history of these exquisite treasures. Exploring their fate before, during and after the Russian Revolution. If you're eager to learn more about the era before…

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Romanov Family: Legacy of Russian Royalty

The Romanov family is one of the most famous royal families in history. They ruled Russia for over 300 years, from 1613 to 1917. Michael Romanov started the Romanov dynasty after the election in 1613 to become tsar, and it ended when Nicholas II abdicated…

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Red Cross Egg with Triptych, Symbol of Russian Honor

Faberge eggs are highly prized Easter eggs created between 1885 to 1917 by the luxurious jewelry company, House of Faberge. Out of the 69 eggs the firm produced, 52 were exclusively manufactured for the Russian Empire’s family, particularly for Alexander III and Nicholas II. You…

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Faberge Museum in Vienna, Austria

Introduction to the Museum The Faberge Museum in Vienna , Austria is a museum dedicated to the exquisite creations of the famous Russian jewelry: House of Fabergé. The museum is home to a stunning collection of over 400 pieces, including the world's largest collection of…

trans-Siberian Railway Egg

Trans-Siberian Railway Egg

A Fabergé egg is part of a collection of limited, jeweled eggs made by Peter Carl Fabergé and his business between 1885 and 1917. The Imperials were asked to design an Easter egg for the Russian royal family in 1885. They were so pleased with…

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