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A carved wood tobacco container (tonkotsu)

A carved wood tobacco container (tonkotsu)

Clover Leaf Egg:  1902  Owner: Kremlin Armory Museum, Moscow

The "Clover Leaf" Faberge Egg ~ made in 1902 for Tzar Nicholas II as an Easter gift to his wife. It is one of the few Faberge eggs that have never left Russia. The thin gold ribbon & transparent green enamel construction make it too fragile to travel.

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FABERGE eggs__ Faberge Rose Quartz Egg 1899 Rose quartz egg, is created by Faberge's jeweler house for one of rich customers, and in the form, reminds Clock or Madonna lily Egg, created for a family of the Emperor.

Розовое кварцевое яйцо 1899

FABERGE eggs__ Faberge Rose Quartz Egg 1899 Rose quartz egg, is created by Faberge's jeweler house for one of rich customers, and in the form, reminds Clock or Madonna lily Egg, created for a family of the Emperor.

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One of the largest Faberge eggs in history: the Bouquet of Lilies Clock Egg was an Easter gift to the Empress Alexandra Fedorovna

Imperial Faberge Eggs, known also as Tsar’s Fabergé Eggs, are considered masterpieces of the jeweler's art and a symbol of extravagance and luxury.