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Mar 30 / Jonell Galloway

Faberge Mosaic Egg from the Royal Collection

“The 1914 Faberge Mosaic Egg is one of four Faberge eggs among the Tsar Nicholas II of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth ll. Four jewel-encrusted Easter eggs dominate a lavish display of works by Russian Imperial jeweler Carl Faberge that went on public show in Buckingham Palace on Friday. The four eggs, three of which were commissioned by Tsar Nicholas II and are among only 50 Imperial Eggs ever made, are included in 300 Faberge works from the Royal Collection” in London. Click here to read more.

 

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