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Faberge eggs represent a famous series of Carl Faberge jewelry.
Series was developed between 1885 and 1917 for Russian imperial family and private buyers.
In general, people are aware of 71 manufactured pieces, 54 of which are considered imperial.
A combination of words "Faberge Eggs" became synonymous with wealth and a symbol of luxury imperial house and pre-revolutionary Russia.
The first Faberge Easter egg was ordered by Alexander III in 1885.
Thanks to its momentary success, Faberge received a continuous order from imperial court and began manufacturing Easter eggs, one after another.
Carl Faberge opened the newest jewelry trend.
The company used minerals and semi-precious stones: topaz, jade, jasper, rock crystal, lapis lazuli and others.
Faberge also revived numerous stone processing techniques, intrusion of transparent colored enamels and colored gold.
They used precious stones and gems to create small figures of animals, flowers and people.
Faberge featured verve and surprisingly endearing figures.
Signets represented another form of stone-cutting work and served exclusively practical purposes.
However, any of them is a real masterpiece of jewelry.
Faberge was famous throughout Europe. Numerous royal and princely families of Russian imperial family in the UK, Greece, Bulgaria and Denmark received jewelry items as gifts, highly appreciated them and passed on the legacy.
International exhibitions also promoted Faberge jewelry.
In 1900, Faberge won "Master of The Jewellery Guild of Paris" title.
Later, French government rewarded him with Order of the Legion of Honor.
Faberge was known even in such distant regions, as Baltimore or Thailand.
Of 71 known eggs, 62 survived till our days.
Most of them are exhibited in national museums.
The world knows 54 imperial eggs.
46 eggs made by the king's order are kept till our time.
The rest are known from descriptions, bills, old photographs and listed among the lost.