1894. Imperial Fabergé Egg No. 10, the Renaissance Egg. Emperor Alexander III to Empress Maria Feodorovna. Here it is displayed with the Resurrection Egg, which some believe to be its surprise. The Resurrection Egg is made of gold, rock crystal, diamonds, pearls and enamel. It bears the mark of Mikhail Perkhin. Both eggs are now in the Viktor Vekselberg collection in Russia.
#Fabergé -- "Love Trophies Egg" -- aka -- "Cradle With Garlands Egg" -- 1907 -- A gift from Nicholas II to the Dowager Empress, Maria Fyodorovna (proven via an invoice discovered in 1979) -- Workmaster: Henrik Wigstrom -- Varicolored gold, enamel, opalescent oyster enamel, diamonds, rubies, pearls, white onyx & silk lining. According to the original invoice, the surprise (now missing) was a miniature portrait of all the imperial children. Private Collection as of 1989.