What are the 7 missing Faberge eggs?

The Mystery of the Missing Fabergé Imperial Easter Eggs

  • Hen with Sapphire Pendant (1886)
  • Cherub with Chariot (1888)
  • Nécessaire (1889)
  • Mauve (1897)
  • Royal Danish (1903)
  • Alexander III Commemorative egg (1909)

When was the last Faberge egg found?

The recently rediscovered Third Imperial Egg of 1887, found by a scrap dealer in 2011 – one of the ‘missing’ eggs created by Fabergé that was lost for many years.

Was the third egg ever found?

The egg was lost for many years, but was rediscovered in 2012. The rediscovery of this egg was announced publicly and covered in many news stories in 2014….Third Imperial (Fabergé egg)

Third Imperial Fabergé egg
Year delivered 1887
Customer Alexander III
Recipient Maria Feodorovna
Current owner

How much would a lost Faberge egg be worth?

In 2014, after the egg identified as the missing Third Imperial Egg. An unidentified private collector from the Wartski jewelers bought the egg in an auction in London. Experts estimate that the Faberge egg’s value is around $33 million (for more information about the Third Imperial egg you can read here).

Are there any Fabergé eggs missing?

There were thousands of Fabergé pieces in the palaces of the Romanovs, most now scattered across far away lands in the many collections around the world now. Of the fifty Imperial eggs made, only ten remain in the Kremlin. Eight Imperial eggs are still missing.

Did Marc Antony give Cleopatra 3 eggs?

The short answer is no. But the Egg designs are inspired by real treasures that sparkle with diamonds. Cleopatra’s Eggs are a Hollywood version of the famous Fabergé bejeweled eggs made for Russia’s Romanov imperial family.

Did Marc Antony gave Cleopatra 3 eggs?

While the story of Antony gifting Cleopatra with eggs is false, the idea of the enchanting great prize which drives movie stars mad is loosely based on a couple of real historical mysteries…

Who owns most Faberge eggs?

The Imperial Coronation egg, one of the most famous and iconic of all the Fabergé eggs. The Moscow Kremlin egg, 1906….Location of the other eggs.

Location/owner Number of eggs Eggs in collection
Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia 1 Rothschild

Where are the Faberge eggs now?

Kremlin Armory Museum
Of the 69 known Fabergé eggs, 57 have survived to the present day. Ten of the imperial Easter eggs are displayed at Moscow’s Kremlin Armory Museum.