The Fabergé imperial Easter eggs
Christie's, 1997 - Antiques & Collectibles - 271 pages
This book provides astonishing new information regarding the origins and attributes of the eggs, which is supported by a wealth of documentary evidence. Includes a detailed social history of the period illustrated with archive photographs.
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Foreword by Alexis de Tiesenhausen
Undocumented Easter Eggs
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1917 Confiscated Alexander Palace Alexandrovich Anichkov Palace approx assay mark Carl Faberge Clock egg Completed 22 August Confiscated by Kerensky's Coronation egg crystal egg decorated Descr1pt1on Workmaster diamonds and rose-cut Dowager Empress Maria Easter egg presented Emperor Empress Alexandra Fedorovna Empress Maria Fedorovna enamel egg exhibition Faberge's file 23 Forbes Magazine Collection Gatchina Palace Gold egg Grand Duchess Grand Duke green enamel H1story House of Faberge Imperial Easter eggs Imperial family inches inventory invoice Kelkh Kerensky's provisional government lapis lazuli list of treasures medallion Memory of Azov mka archive Moscow Kremlin Armoury Museum nephrite Nephrite egg Nicholas 11 Palace egg pearls pediment pendant egg platinum Presented by Tsar presented to Alexandra rock crystal Romanov rose-cut diamonds roub roubles rsha rubies Russia sapphire silver sold by Antikvariat Sovnarkom St Petersburg stock 20 surprise Trans-Siberian Railway Trellis egg Tsar Alexander Tsar Nicholas Tsarevich unnumbered strongbox white enamel Winter Palace