Catalogue of Imperial Faberge Eggs

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The following Catalogue of Imperial Faberge Eggs includes the workmaster, dates and probable dates of presentation and their current location.

Presented by Tsar Alexander III to his wife, the Empress Marie Feodorovna:

1. The First Imperial Hen Egg, 1885. (Forbes Collection, New York)

2. The Resurrection Egg, 1886. Workmaster M. Perchin. (Forbes Collection, New York)

3. Blue Enamel Ribbed Egg, 1187. Workmaster M. Perchin. (Stavros Niarchos Collection, Paris)

4. The Serpent Clock Egg, possible date 1889. Workmaster M. Perchin. (Private collection, Switzerland)

5. The Spring Flowers Egg, possibly date 1890. Workmaster M. Perchin. (Forbes Collection, New York)

6. The Pamyat Azova Egg, 1891. Workamster M. Perchin.

7. The Twelve-monogram Egg (The Silver Anniversary Egg), possibly 1892. Workmaster M. Perchin. (M. M. Post Collection: Hillwood Museum, Washington, D. C.)

8. The Caucasus Egg, 1893. Workmaster M. Perchin. (M. G. Gray Foundation Collection, New Orleans)

9. The Regence (Renaissance) Egg, 1894. Workmaster M. Perchin. (Forbes Collection, New York)

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Catalogue of Imperial Faberge Eggs presented by Tsar Nicholas II to his mother, the Dowager Empress Marie Feodorovna:

10. The Danish Palace Egg, 1895. Workmaster M. Perchin. ( M. G. Gray Foundation Collection, New Orleans)

11. The Pelican Egg, 1897. Workmater M. Perchin). (L. T. Pratt Collection: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond)

12. The Lilies-of-the-Valley Egg, 1898. Workmaster M. Perchin. (Forbes Collection, New York)

13. The Pansy Egg, 1899. Wprkmaster M. Perchin. (Private Collection, U.S.A.)

14. The Cuckoo Clock Egg, 1900. Workmaster M. Perchin. (Forbes Collection, New York)

15. The Gatchina Place Egg, 1901. Workmaster M. Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore)

16. The Alexander II Commemorative Egg, 1904, (Armoury Museum, The Kremlin, Moscow)

17. The Danish Jubilee Egg, probably 1906. Lost.

18. The Peacock Egg, 1908. Workmaster H. Wigstorm. (Maurice Sandoz Collection, Musee de l'Horlogerie, Le Locle, Switzerland)

19. The Alexander III Equestrian, 1910, signed faberge. (Armoury Museum, The Kremlin, Moscow)

20. The Orange Tree Egg, dated 1911. Signed Faberge. (Forbes Collection, New York)

21. The Napoleonic Egg, 1912, Workmaster, H. Wigstrom. (M. G., Gray Foundation Collection, New Orleans)

22. The Winter Egg, 1913. Lost.

23. The Grisaille Egg, 1914. Workmaster H Wigstrom. (M. M. Post Collection: Hillwood Museum, Washington D. C.)

24. The Red Cross Egg with Portraits, 1915. Workmaster H. Wigstom. (L. T. Pratt Collection: Virginia Museum of Fine arts, Richmond)

25. The Cross of St. George Egg, 1916. Signed Faberge. (Forbes Collection, New York)

Catalogue of Imperial Faberge Eggs presented by Tsar Nicholas II to his wife, the Empress Alexandra Feodorovna:

26. The Rosebud Egg, 1895. Workmaster M Perchin. (Forbes Collection, New York)

27. The Egg with Revolving Miniatures, probably 1896. Workmaster M. Perchin (L. T. Pratt Collection: Virginia Museum of Fine arts, Richmond)

28. The Coronation Egg 1897. Workmaster M. Perchin (Forbes Collection, New York)

29. The Madonna-Lily Egg, 1899. Workmaster M. Perchin (Armoury Museum, the Kremlin, Moscow)

30. The Trans Siberian railway Egg, 1900. Workmaster M. Perchin. (Armoury Museum, Kremlin, Moscow)

31. The Clover-Egg, 1902. Workmaster M. Perchin. (Armoury Museum, The Kremlin, Moscow)

32. The Peter the Great Egg, 1903. Workmaster M. Perchin. (L. T. Pratt Collection: Virginia Museum of Fine arts, Richmond)

33. The Uspensky Cathedral Egg, 1904. signed Faberge. (Armoury Museum, The Kremlin, Moscow)

34. The Colonnade Clock Egg, probably 1905. Workmaster H. Wigstrom. (English Royal Collection)

35. The Swan Egg, 1906. (Maurice Sandoz Collection, Musee de l'Horlogerie, Le Locle, Switzerland)

36. The Rose Trellis Egg,1907. (The Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore)

37. The Alexander Palace Egg, 1908. Workmaster H. Wigstrom. (Armoury Museum, The Kremlin, Moscow).

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38. The Standart Egg, probable date 1909. Workmaster H. Wigstrom. (Armoury Museum, The Kremlin, Moscow)

39. The Love Trophy Egg, probable date 1910. (Private Collection, U.S.A.)

40. The Fifteenth Anniversary Egg, 1911. Signed Faberge. (Forbes Collection, New York)

41. Catalogue of Imperial Faberge Eggs includes The Tsarevitch Egg, 1912. Workmaster H. Wigstrom. (L. T. Pratt Collection: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond)

42. The Romanov Tercentenary Egg, 1913. Workmaster H. Wigstrom. (Armoury Museum, The Kremlin, Moscow)

43. The Mosaic Egg, 1914. Signed C. Faberge. (English Royal Collection)

44. The Red Cross Egg with Resurrection Triptych, 1915. Workmaster H. Wigstrom. (I. E. Minshall Collection, The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland)

45. The steel military Egg, 1916. Workmaster H. Wigstrom. (Armoury museum, The Kremlin, Moscow)

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46. The hen Egg, 1898. Workmaster M. Perchin. (Forbes Collection, New York)

47. The Twelve-panel Egg, 1899. Workmaster M. Perchin. (Collection of Her Majesty the Queen)

48. The Pine Cone Egg, 1900. Workmaster M. Perchin. (Private Collection U.S.A.)

49. The Apple Blossom Egg, probable date 1901. Workmaster M. Perchin (Private Collection U.S.A.)

50. The Rocaille Egg, 1902. Workmaster M. Perchin (Private Collection, U.S.A.)

51. The Bonbonniere Egg, 1903. Workmaster M. Perchin. (Private Collection U.S.A.)

52. The Chanticleer Egg, probable date 1904. Workmaster M. Perchin. (Forbes Collection, New York)

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53. Diamond Trellis Egg, late 19th century. Workmaster August Holmstrom. (Private Collection, England)

54. The Duchess of Marlborough Egg, 1902, acquired in Russia by the American born Duchess, Consuelo Vanderbilt, Workmaster M. Perchin. (Forbes Collection, New York)

55. Hen Egg from Quisling Collection, 1899-1903. Workmaster M. Perchin, (Present location unknown)

56. The Youssoupoff Easter Egg, 1907. Workmaster Henrik Wigstrom. (Maurice Sandoz Collection, Musee de l'Horlogerie, Le Locle, Switzerland)

57. The Nobel Ice Egg, circa 1914-1916. Lost.

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Reference:

Solodkoff, A. V., Faberge, Octopus Publishing Group, 1988, London.

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