| A timeless sense of romance surrounds the history of Faberg eggs, renowned for their beauty and intricate detail. What began as a family tradition in Russia has become an instantly recognizable symbol of love, renewed life and hope. Originally designed by Imperial Russian jeweler Carl Faberg, under commission from Czar Alexander III as an Easter surprise for his wife Czarina Maria Federova, replicas today like our Petroika Collection are admired as both collectibles and decorative accents, as well as unique boxes for special gifts. |
Whether you select an egg that already contains a surprise, like our Czarina's Enameled Egg, which includes a tiny Faberg egg pendant, or you choose to add your own surprise (an engagement ring, perhaps?) to a sparkling, filigreed box like our Uspensky Cathedral Enameled Egg, these are gifts that are sure to delight.