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Russian goldsmith noted for creating a series of jeweled and enameled Easter eggs for European royalty (1846-1920)

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The "Jinky" egg is one of only 19 created in 2005 by Sarah Faberge, great-granddaughter of the Russian Imperial jeweller Peter Carl Faberge.
The Mosaic Egg was one of the most technically sophisticated and extraordinary of all the Faberge Imperial Easter Eggs, and took over a year to craft.
Now, in a contemporary fashion, a new Faberge Egg has been created.
The 'Spirit of Ecstasy' Faberge Egg The Egg is destined for the residence of a great collector of both brands.
Torsten MEaA-ller-EaAutvos, Chief Executive Officer, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, commented, "'The Spirit of Ecstasy' Faberge Egg was born from an intrinsic desire to further the realms of Bespoke personalisation.
Dubai: A pair of jewellery brands with origins dating back to the 1800s -- Faberge and Mikimoto -- are lighting up The Dubai Mall's new Fashion Avenue.
"This was a sensation beyond our wildest dreams really - this is a towering masterpiece from Faberge. It's what we call an 'object of fantasy' because it has absolutely no function whatsoever except to be a source of pleasure - and it is.
The Faberge was presented to the Queen's Own Worcestershire Hussars on their return to the Midlands from the Boer War in 1904 by Rachel, Countess of Dudley.
Geoffrey Munn, jewellery expert on the show, said: "It is the rarest, most poetic manifestation of Faberge's work that one could ever hope to see."
'PS1m' Faberge flower A FABERGE flower valued at PS1m on Antiques Roadshow despite being treated as "part of the furniture" features in the next instalment of the BBC One show.
A RARE Faberge flower has become only the third item to ever be valued at PS1million on Antiques Roadshow.
A FABERGE flower valued at PS1 million on Antiques Roadshow despite being treated as "part of the furniture" features in the next instalment of the BBC One show.
New York, NY, December 25, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Conveniently located in the New York Metropolitan area, Global Arts and Antiques, the leading Russian antique dealers in New York has been featuring unique and authentic antique works by Faberge and Feodor Ruckert since 2006.
Celebrated the world over, these exquisite creations never cease to delight WILL FABERGE ever stop surprising us?
Britain's rich Edwardians fell on them with eagerness, particularly after it became known that the doomed Romanovs had given Faberge gifts to our own royal family.