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Clock egg Faberge

We should also mention this kind of clock Faberge egg. From 1887 to 1917 the firm produced 12 eggs Faberge clock.



They differ in two main types, in some dial usual round clock built into the body, these include, the imperial egg clock cockerel Faberge, presented to Nicholas II, his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna at Easter 1900, Shentekler Kelch, the last egg donated by Alexander Kelch his wife Barbara and egg clock Rothschild, more than a hundred years, kept in the family of American billionaires.

The second type directly itself Faberge egg is a dial, and displays the time on a rotating axis tape is such eggs like a bouquet of lilies, a gift from the Emperor Nicholas II, his wife Empress Alexandra Feodorovna and the egg clock Duchess of Marlborough, made by Faberge commissioned by the Duchess in 1902.

Clock egg

1887
Blue serpent clock egg
1895
Clock or Madonna lily
1899
Cuckoo Egg
1900
Moscow Kremlin Egg
1906
Colonnade Egg
1910
Chanticleer egg
1904
Rose quartz egg
1899
The Duchess of Marlboro
1902
Rothschild
1902
Clock Faberge's
1903
Faberge's Yusupovs egg
1907


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