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Imperial Russian Fabergé Easter

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Fabergé Style Eggs

 

faberge eggLearn about a unique period in Russian history while enjoying coloring these artistic renditions of Imperial Russian Fabergé Easter egg designs.

Ornately designed and bejeweled Fabergé eggs are beautiful hand crafted eggs made by the Russian jewler, Peter Carl Fabergé and his assistants between 1885 and 1917 for Russian Tsars.

Tsar Alexander III commissioned the first Fabergé egg to be made by the House of Fabergé in 1885 as a gift for the Empress Maria Fedorovna.

In 1990, the Fabergé Arts Foundation (FAF) in Washington D.C. and St. Petersburg established a museum and now works to promote the legacy of Carl Fabergé by holding exhibitions and preserving architectural landmarks where Fabergé was born.

Color the designs with crayons or markers, affix sequins and sprinkles of glitter onto the design then cut out and tape or paste the toppers onto the completed Fabergé egg.