Fabergé’s Easter Eggs – extraordinary creations of beauty which continue to fascinate

April 8, 2021

According to Royal Central:

Many of the eggs that Fabergé made were lost for years in the wake of the Russian Revolution…

In 2014, the Third Imperial Easter Egg came to light by an extraordinary circumstance. Purchased at a flea market, [it] was originally commissioned in 1887 by Tsar Alexander III for his wife Empress Marie Feodorovna…

Notable collections…of these exquisite eggs include the Royal Collection, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Kremlin Armoury in Moscow, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, Virginia, the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore and the Hillwood Museum in Washington D.C.

To read the entire article at the Royal Central, please click here.

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