Joan Beuerlein

Joan Beuerlein

Near Edmonton, Canada / WELCOME TO MY WORLD.........Hope you have fun looking through my boards.......ENJOY!........Keep a SMILE on your FACE and a SONG in your HEART..........
Joan Beuerlein
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Faberge egg. The photos just do not show the fine details and the workmanship that went in to making these amazing works of art. I was lucky enough to get to see some of them when they came to San Diego a few years ago. It's something I will never forget.

The "Clover Leaf" Faberge Egg ~ made in 1902 for Tzar Nicholas II as an Easter gift to his wife. It is one of the few Faberge eggs that have never left Russia. The thin gold ribbon & transparent green enamel construction make it too fragile to travel.

Faberge Imperial Egg - "Coronation", 1897. These eggs are a thing of beauty, meticulously crafted with the utmost care. They were the creation of a man named Peter Karl Fabergé, and because of his beautiful masterpieces, he would become one of most famous goldsmiths of his time.

Faberge Imperial Egg - "Coronation", 1897. These eggs are a thing of beauty, meticulously crafted with the utmost care. They were the creation of a man named Peter Karl Fabergé, and because of his beautiful masterpieces, he would become one of most famous goldsmiths of his time.

Fabrege egg. These started as an Easter tradition for Russian royalty in 1885.

Rose Trellis Faberge Egg, 1907 ~ presented by Nicholas II to Czarina Alexandra Fyodorovna -- Research indicates the surprise was a diamond chain with a watercolor miniature of the little Tsarevich Alexei, painted on ivory.