Fabergé eggs are admired around the world for their exquisite, jaw-dropping details. The Russian imperial-era decorative eggs have stunned many viewers, sparking their curiosity about how these beautiful objects came to be created. Here’s what you need to know about how they came about, who’s behind them, and where they are now. Beginnings The Fabergé eggs were created from 1855 to 1916 specifically for the Russian imperial family. Back then, the Fabergé company was run by Peter Carl Fabergé, a Russian jeweller who was quickly gaining attention for his skillful designs. The first ever Fabergé egg was created for Tsar Alexander III as an Easter gift to his wife, the Danish princess Maria Feodorovna, who was feeling homesick for her home country. Feodorovna was so happy about the present that…
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