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.
The Concise History of Fabergé Eggs
FABERGE The Imperial Twelve Monogram Egg brand new certificate of authenticity
1916 Steel Military Egg The last egg received by Alexandra, it was produced under war conditions and was less opulent in design than its predecessors. Fabergé's workshop was busy making military equipment and had less time for eggs.
The 'Blue Tsarevich Constellation' Faberge Egg ~ created in 1917 as a gift from Czar Nicholas II to his wife but was never finished or presented to her. The blue glass egg was encrusted with the constellation of the day the heir was born. The egg sat in
1893 : "Imperial Caucasus Egg" (Work-masters : Mikhail Perkhin - Miniatures by Constantin Iacovlevich Krijitski) .Given by Alexander III to Czarina Maria Fyodorovna - Owned by New Orleans Museum of Art (Gray Collection), Louisiana, USA
Fabergé rose bud flower study, c. A spray of two rosebuds of opaque pink and translucent green enamel, with two sets of nephrite leaves on red gold stalks, set in a tapering vase of rock crystal. Acquired by Queen Alexandra.
A highly unusual gold and chrysoprase egg pendant. Petersburg between 1899 and An egg-shaped carved chrysoprase (the most valuable variety of chalcedony gemstones) of glowing green color is mounted with two-tone gold interlaced garlands.
Pine Cone by Faberge for Alexander Kelch, is crafted of gold, silver, rose-cut diamonds, brilliant diamonds and translucent royal blue enamel. An oxidized silver Indian elephant automaton with ivory tusks is the surprise.