Welcome! Here you can read about the famous Imperial Easter Eggs Carl Fabergé (Karl Gustavovich in Russian) made for the Emperors, or Tsars*, Alexander III and Nicholas II as Easter gifts to their Empresses or Tsarinas.

Other beautiful Eggs, made for rich clients as the Kelchs, the Rothschilds, the Yusupovs, Dr. Nobel and the Duchess of Marlborough can be admired here too!

Come in and learn about the Eggs and the stories they tell about their owners and Romanov Russia in the years starting with the 1885 First Hen Egg up to the last unfinished 1917 Blue Tsarevich Constellation Egg!

Use the links in the sidebar on the left to navigate this website or start with browsing the Sitemap. Check the section News first if you are a regular visitor! Have fun and enjoy these beautiful works of art!


Links on this website are checked regularly and should be working. External links however are a big problem; pages change or disappear resulting in dead links. These web addresses, or urls, though no longer active, are left on the pages to being able to do research in internet archives. Wherever possible, new links are added.

* Tsar or Czar was the official title of certain Slavic monarchs, including the Russian supreme rulers. The term is derived from the Latin word Caesar, which was intended to mean "Emperor". Peter the Great (1672 - 1725) in 1721 was proclaimed Emperor, and all his successors were hence Emperors which was regarded as superior to Tsars. (Wiki)

aw januari 2019

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