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Noun1.Peter Carl Faberge - Russian goldsmith noted for creating a series of jeweled and enameled Easter eggs for European royalty (1846-1920)Peter Carl Faberge - Russian goldsmith noted for creating a series of jeweled and enameled Easter eggs for European royalty (1846-1920)
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Since then, holograms have been made of several of the famous jewellery eggs made by Carl Faberge for the last two Russian tsars, and which are part of the collection of the Faberge Museum in St Petersburg.
The "Jinky" egg is one of only 19 created in 2005 by Sarah Faberge, great-granddaughter of the Russian Imperial jeweller Peter Carl Faberge.
A Maurice Lecroix B Peter Carl Faberge C Christian Dior D Jean Cartier 2.
Of course, the most famous Easter eggs, the Imperial Faberge eggs, are made for the Russian Tsars Alexander III and Nicolas by Peter Carl Faberge to give as gifts to the royal wives and family members.
After a meeting with renowned jeweller Peter Carl Faberge at the 1910 World Expo, the Sleeping Lion was set to return to Russia to be fashioned into an "Easter surprise" trinket for the czarina.
Tsar Alexander III began the trend when he first got goldsmith Peter Carl Faberge to make one for his wife.
The brand was founded in 1842 and has been popular in the jewellery industry since Peter Carl Faberge became official goldsmith to the Russian Imperial Court - the house created exquisite jewels and objects, including the legendary Imperial Easter Eggs.
Peter Carl Faberge (1846-1920) was born of Huguenot extraction in St Petersburg, where his father, Gustav, ran a silver and jewellery shop.
Tatiana Faberge, greatgranddaughter of Peter Carl Faberge, said it was made in Imperial Russia in the early 20th century.
The skilled artisans who created these treasures worked under the auspices of master craftsman Peter Carl Faberge, head of the firm that still bears his family name.