This is Part III of my series exploring the Fabergé Imperial Easter Eggs. I strongly encourage clicking over to read Part I and Part II as they include truncated bios of Peter Carl Fabergé, Tsar Alexander III, and Tsar Nicholas II. More importantly, the previous parts relate the history of the 15 eggs made between 1885 and 1898.
So far I have highlighted 15 of the Fabergé Imperial Easter Eggs. With 43 of the 50 eggs created in total, there are 28 yet to reveal! Are you ready? Here we go. . . .
The cards below are created by me with basic details on each egg (from the links mentioned below) and are in chronological order of the year when the egg was gifted. Each card can be clicked for a bigger-image view.
In Part I of the series I shared links to several Fabergé focused blogs. The three links below provide minute details on each egg, including specifics on the egg’s journey and many more detailed photos. Details on the lost eggs are available as well. I highly recommend clicking over for the photos if nothing else.
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Which Egg is your favorite?