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The Tercentenary Egg: 1913.

Some of my favorite Fabergé eggs.

The Lilies of the Valley Egg 1898- Presented to Alexandra Feodorovna

Bouquet of Lilies Clock 1899- Presented to Alexandra Feodorovna

Basket of Wildflowers Egg 1901-Presented to Alexandra Feodorovna, now in the private collection of Queen Elizabeth II

Collonade Egg 1910-Presented to Alexandra Feodorovna, now in the private collection of Queen Elizabeth II. The four silver gilt cherubs represent the four Grand Duchesses and the silver gilt Cupid on top represents Tsarevich Alexei. 

The Mosaic Egg 1914- Presented to Alexandra Feodorovna, now in the private collection of Queen Elizabeth II. The surprise inside is a small frame featuring Nicholas and Alexandra’s five children in cameo style.The back of the frame has an enameled basket of flowers and the names of all of the Imperial Children.