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Legacy of a Fallen Dynasty
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List of Faberge eggs and their current whereabouts (2003)

1885
Hen Egg
Forbes Magazine Collection, New York
1886
Hen Egg with Sapphire Pendant
Missing
1887
Blue Serpent Clock Egg
Collection of Prince Rainier III of Monaco
1888
Cherub Egg with Chariot
Missing
1889
Necessaire Egg
Missing
1890
Danish Palaces Egg
New Orleans Museum of Art
1891
Memory of Azov Egg
Kremlin Armoury Museum, Moscow
1892
Diamond Trellis Egg
Private Collection
1893
Caucasus Egg
New Orleans Museum of Art
1894
Renaissance Egg
Forbes Magazine Collection, New York
1895
Twelve Monograms Egg
Hillwood Museum, Washington DC
1895
Rosebud Egg
Forbes Magazine Collection, New York
1896
Revolving Miniatures Egg
Virginia Museum of Arts, Richmond
1896
Alexander III Egg
Missing
1897
Mauve Enamel Egg
Missing
1897
Coronation Egg
Forbes Magazine Collection, New York
1898
Lilies of the Valley Egg
Forbes Magazine Collection, New York
1898
Pelican Egg
Virginia Museum of Arts, Richmond
1899
Bouquet of Lilies Clock Egg
Kremlin Armoury Museum, Moscow
1899
Pansy Egg
Private Collection
1900
Cockerel Egg
Forbes Magazine Collection, New York
1900
Trans-Siberian Railway Egg
Kremlin Armoury Museum, Moscow
1901
Basket of Wild Flowers Egg
Royal Collection, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
1901
Gatchina Palace Egg
The Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore MD
1902
Clover Egg
Kremlin Armoury Museum, Moscow
1902
Empire Nephrite Egg
Missing
1903
Danish Jubilee Egg
Missing
1903
Peter the Great Egg
Virginia Museum of Arts, Richmond
1904
Unknown
1904
Unknown
1905
Unknown
1905
Unknown
1906
Moscow Kremlin Egg
Kremlin Armoury Museum, Moscow
1906
Swan Egg
Edouard and Maurice Sandoz Foundation, Switzerland
1907
Rose Trellis Egg
The Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore MD
1907
Cradle with Garlands Egg
Private Collection
1908
Peacock Egg
Edouard and Maurice Sandoz Foundation, Switzerland
1908
Alexander Palace Egg
Kremlin Armoury Museum, Moscow
1909
Standart Egg
Kremlin Armoury Museum, Moscow
1909
Alexander II Commemorative Egg
Missing
1910
Alexander III Equestrian Egg
Kremlin Armoury Museum, Moscow
1910
Colonnade Egg
Royal Collection, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
1911
Bay Tree Egg
Forbes Magazine Collection, New York
1911
Fifteenth Anniversary Egg
Forbes Magazine Collection, New York
1912
Czarevich Egg
Virginia Museum of Arts, Richmond
1912
Napoleonic Egg
New Orleans Museum of Art
1913
Winter Egg
Private Collection
1913
Romanov Tercentenary Egg
Kremlin Armoury Museum, Moscow
1914
Grisaille Egg
Hillwood Museum, Washington DC
1914
Mosaic Egg
Royal Collection, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
1915
Red Cross Egg with Imperial Portraits
Virginia Museum of Arts, Richmond
1915
Red Cross Egg with Triptych
Cleveland Museum of Art
1916
Steel Military Egg
Kremlin Armoury Museum, Moscow
1916
Order of St. George Egg
Forbes Magazine Collection, New York
1917
Unknown
1917
Unknown
 

Pictures of select Imperial Eggs

 

The Red Cross Egg  1915

The Red Cross Egg 1915 This egg was given to Empress Alexandra Fedorovna to recognize her charity work with the Red Cross Association during World War I. Inside are pictures of her and her four daughters, all dressed in Red Cross nurses robes. On the outside of the egg reads the verse Greater love hath no man than this, to lay down his life for his friends.
The Red Cross Egg  1915. Inside are pictures of her and her four daughters, all dressed in Red Cross nurses robes. On the outside of the egg reads the verse Greater love hath no man than this, to lay down his life for his friends

The Order of St. George Egg  1916

The Order of St. George Egg 1916 Given to Dowager Empress Maria Fedorovna, this egg commemorates her sons efforts in the First World War. After the Bolshevik revolution she was evacuated by the British, and took this egg with her. It is the only Faberge egg known to have left Russia before Stalin began to sell off the pieces.

The Steel Military Egg  1916

The Steel Military Egg 1916 It is not as ornate as the other eggs, but appropriately symbolizes the impact of the war on the royal family. The painting is of Czar Nicholas II directing his generals during World War I.

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