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Faberge Museum in Baden Baden – Germany’s Young Museum

The Faberge Museum in Baden Baden is a true gem for those interested in the intricate artwork of Fabergé eggs. Fabergé eggs are highly valuable artifacts. The eggs were created by Peter Carl Fabergé and his team of skilled craftsmen in the late 19th and…

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Blue Serpent Clock Egg – Monte Carlo’s Private Treasure

Everything You Need to Know About the Blue Serpent Clock Egg Hailed to be the pinnacle of innovation, the Blue Serpent Clock egg is purely a work of art. A stunning piece of craftsmanship and design, it is one of 52 created for the Russian…

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Saint Petersburg Faberge Museum – What You Should Know

Faberge Museum in St. Petersburg Faberge eggs are beautiful jeweled creations from the House of Faberge, a jewelry firm in Saint Petersburg, Russia. This company created about 69 eggs, and only 57 survive to this day. Peter Carl Fabergé supervised the manufacturing process between 1885…

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Rothschild Faberge Egg – The Common Folk’s Private Order

Faberge eggs are some of the most important pieces of jewelry worldwide despite them being more than a hundred years old. The series of 50 Faberge eggs are popular due to how they look. How expensive they are, and how difficult it is to get them.…

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When Was the Last Fabergé Egg Made?

The House of Fabergé, run by a renowned jeweler called Peter Carl Fabergé in St. Petersburg, Russia, crafted Imperial Fabergé Eggs exclusively for Russian Tsars Nicholas II and Alexander III. These eggs were offered as Easter gifts to their mothers and wives. Compared to the Fabergé eggs made…

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