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ORNAMENTS > FABERGE - INSPIRED EGGS
Fabergé produced the first Imperial egg in 1885 to be given by Tsar Alexander III as an Easter gift to his wife, Maria Fyodorovna. She was so delighted with the egg that the Tsar commissioned Fabergé to create a bejewelled egg every Easter thereafter. The tradition was carried on by Tsar Nicolas II. In total 50 Imperial eggs were created by Fabergé for the Tsars.
Our exquisite mouthblown glass eggs are inspired by the work of Fabergé and have been handpainted by skilled European artists.