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Faberge's Eggs: The Extraordinary Story of the Masterpieces That Outlived an Empire by Toby Faber. The Easter presents Russia's last two czars gave to their wives are synonymous with beauty and craftmanship. This book explains what inspired each egg's design, how they disappeared in the revolution, and reappeared in the global marketplace.
Faberge Eggs: A Retrospective Encyclopedia by Will Lowes and Christel Ludewig McCanless. Presents detailed technical descriptions on 66 Faberge eggs and exhaustive research on their provenance.
Faberge in the Royal Collection by Caroline De Guitaut. A definitive guide to the British royal family's Faberge collection. Explains in detail the formation of the collection and the tastes of the principal royal collectors. 220 illustrations, 200 in color.
Faberge Eggs: Masterpieces From Czarist Russia by Susanna Pfeffer. Photographs and history of the jewelled Easter eggs created for Nicholas II and his family. From Alibris.
Masterpieces From the House of Faberge by Alexander Von Solodkoff, Marilyn Swezey, and Paul Schaffer. Peter Carl Faberge was court jeweler to Russia's tsars. This book features over 350 illustrations, 80 in full color. From Alibris.
Carl Faberge by Geza K. Von Habsburg. A biography of the imperial jeweler for young adult readers. From Alibris.
Imperial Surprises: A Pop-Up Book of Faberge Masterpieces by Margaret Kelly. From Alibris.
These DVDs are formatted for North American audiences.
Treasures: The Tsar's Faberge Eggs. They are some of the most celebrated and treasured objects on earth. Here is the complete story of the legendary Easter eggs fashioned for Russia's royalty.