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BRITAIN-ROMANOV/
RTS224MM
September 20, 2018
A Faberge Easter Egg honouring Tsarina Alexandra and her two daughters for their wartime war efforts...
London, United Kingdom
A Faberge Easter Egg honouring Tsarina Alexandra and her two daughters for their wartime war efforts...
A Faberge Easter Egg honouring Tsarina Alexandra and her two daughters for their wartime war efforts for the Red Cross is seen on display at the exhibition, The Last Tsar: Blood and Revolution at the Science Museum in London, Britain, September 20, 2018. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ROMANOV/
RTS224MK
September 20, 2018
A Faberge Easter Egg honouring Tsarina Alexandra and her two daughters for their wartime war efforts...
London, United Kingdom
A Faberge Easter Egg honouring Tsarina Alexandra and her two daughters for their wartime war efforts...
A Faberge Easter Egg honouring Tsarina Alexandra and her two daughters for their wartime war efforts for the Red Cross is seen on display at the exhibition, The Last Tsar: Blood and Revolution at the Science Museum in London, Britain, September 20, 2018. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
GEMFIELDS/CEO
RTR4EP0X
November 19, 2014
Gemfields CEO Ian Harebottle speaks during an interview with Reuters in his company office in central...
London, United Kingdom
Gemfields CEO Harebottle speaks during an interview with Reuters in his company office in central London...
Gemfields CEO Ian Harebottle speaks during an interview with Reuters in his company office in central London, November 17, 2014. Gemfields, the world's largest rough emerald producer, expects to take up to two more years to have stopped the losses at the Faberge jewellery business it bought two years ago, its chief executive said. London-listed Gemfields, which mines emeralds in Zambia and rubies in Mozambique, bought Faberge in the hope that the brand made famous by Peter Carl Faberge's Russian Easter eggs would help boost demand for jewellery featuring coloured gemstones. Picture taken November 17, 2014. To match Interview GEMFIELDS/CEO REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES SOCIETY WEALTH)
GEMFIELDS/CEO
RTR4EP0W
November 19, 2014
Gemfields CEO Ian Harebottle speaks during an interview with Reuters in his company office in central...
London, United Kingdom
Gemfields CEO Harebottle speaks during an interview with Reuters in his company office in central London...
Gemfields CEO Ian Harebottle speaks during an interview with Reuters in his company office in central London, November 17, 2014. Gemfields, the world's largest rough emerald producer, expects to take up to two more years to have stopped the losses at the Faberge jewellery business it bought two years ago, its chief executive said. London-listed Gemfields, which mines emeralds in Zambia and rubies in Mozambique, bought Faberge in the hope that the brand made famous by Peter Carl Faberge's Russian Easter eggs would help boost demand for jewellery featuring coloured gemstones. Picture taken November 17, 2014. To match Interview GEMFIELDS/CEO REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES SOCIETY WEALTH)
GEMFIELDS/CEO
RTR4EP0B
November 19, 2014
Gemfields CEO Ian Harebottle poses for a portrait on the roof garden of his company office in central...
London, United Kingdom
Gemfields CEO Harebottle poses for a portrait on the roof garden of his company office in central London...
Gemfields CEO Ian Harebottle poses for a portrait on the roof garden of his company office in central London, November 17, 2014. Gemfields, the world's largest rough emerald producer, expects to take up to two more years to have stopped the losses at the Faberge jewellery business it bought two years ago, its chief executive said. London-listed Gemfields, which mines emeralds in Zambia and rubies in Mozambique, bought Faberge in the hope that the brand made famous by Peter Carl Faberge's Russian Easter eggs would help boost demand for jewellery featuring coloured gemstones. Picture taken November 17, 2014. To match Interview GEMFIELDS/CEO REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES SOCIETY WEALTH HEADSHOT)
GEMFIELDS/CEO
RTR4EP05
November 19, 2014
Gemfields CEO Ian Harebottle poses for a portrait on the roof garden of his company office in central...
London, United Kingdom
Gemfields CEO Harebottle poses for a portrait on the roof garden of his company office in central London...
Gemfields CEO Ian Harebottle poses for a portrait on the roof garden of his company office in central London, November 17, 2014. Gemfields, the world's largest rough emerald producer, expects to take up to two more years to have stopped the losses at the Faberge jewellery business it bought two years ago, its chief executive said. London-listed Gemfields, which mines emeralds in Zambia and rubies in Mozambique, bought Faberge in the hope that the brand made famous by Peter Carl Faberge's Russian Easter eggs would help boost demand for jewellery featuring coloured gemstones. Picture taken November 17, 2014. To match Interview GEMFIELDS/CEO REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES SOCIETY WEALTH)
GEMFIELDS/CEO
RTR4EOZV
November 19, 2014
A Faberge sapphire and diamond Devotion ring is seen at the Gemfields office in central London, November...
London, United Kingdom
A Faberge sapphire and diamond Devotion ring is seen at the Gemfields office in central London
A Faberge sapphire and diamond Devotion ring is seen at the Gemfields office in central London, November 17, 2014. Gemfields, the world's largest rough emerald producer, expects to take up to two more years to have stopped the losses at the Faberge jewellery business it bought two years ago, its chief executive, Ian Harebottle, said. London-listed Gemfields, which mines emeralds in Zambia and rubies in Mozambique, bought Faberge in the hope that the brand made famous by Peter Carl Faberge's Russian Easter eggs would help boost demand for jewellery featuring coloured gemstones. Picture taken November 17, 2014. To match Interview GEMFIELDS/CEO REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES SOCIETY WEALTH)
GEMFIELDS/CEO
RTR4EOZR
November 19, 2014
A Faberge emerald gemstone Emotion ring is seen at the Gemfields office in central London, November 17,...
London, United Kingdom
A Faberge emerald gemstone Emotion ring is seen at the Gemfields office in central London
A Faberge emerald gemstone Emotion ring is seen at the Gemfields office in central London, November 17, 2014. Gemfields, the world's largest rough emerald producer, expects to take up to two more years to have stopped the losses at the Faberge jewellery business it bought two years ago, its chief executive, Ian Harebottle, said. London-listed Gemfields, which mines emeralds in Zambia and rubies in Mozambique, bought Faberge in the hope that the brand made famous by Peter Carl Faberge's Russian Easter eggs would help boost demand for jewellery featuring coloured gemstones. Picture taken November 17, 2014. To match Interview GEMFIELDS/CEO REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES SOCIETY WEALTH)
GEMFIELDS/CEO
RTR4EOYT
November 19, 2014
Gemfields CEO Ian Harebottle poses for a portrait on the roof garden of his company office in central...
London, United Kingdom
Gemfields CEO Harebottle poses for a portrait on the roof garden of his company office in central London...
Gemfields CEO Ian Harebottle poses for a portrait on the roof garden of his company office in central London, November 17, 2014. Gemfields, the world's largest rough emerald producer, expects to take up to two more years to have stopped the losses at the Faberge jewellery business it bought two years ago, its chief executive said. London-listed Gemfields, which mines emeralds in Zambia and rubies in Mozambique, bought Faberge in the hope that the brand made famous by Peter Carl Faberge's Russian Easter eggs would help boost demand for jewellery featuring coloured gemstones. Picture taken November 17, 2014. To match Interview GEMFIELDS/CEO REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES SOCIETY WEALTH)
BRITAIN/
RTR3KAXY
April 07, 2014
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski,...
London, United Kingdom
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski,...
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski, in central London April 7, 2014. The $20 million egg, hailing from the court of imperial Russia, was bought in a U.S. junk market by a scrap metal dealer, before it was acquired by Wartski for an unidentified private collector. It will be on display at Wartski's in London for four days in April. . REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRITAIN/
RTR3K9SE
April 07, 2014
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski,...
London, United Kingdom
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski,...
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski, in central London April 7, 2014. The $20 million egg, hailing from the court of imperial Russia, was bought in a U.S. junk market by a scrap metal dealer, before it was acquired by Wartski for an unidentified private collector. It will be on display at Wartski's in London for four days in April. . REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRITAIN/
RTR3K9S2
April 07, 2014
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski,...
London, United Kingdom
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski,...
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski, in central London April 7, 2014. The $20 million egg, hailing from the court of imperial Russia, was bought in a U.S. junk market by a scrap metal dealer, before it was acquired by Wartski for an unidentified private collector. It will be on display at Wartski's in London for four days in April. . REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRITAIN/
RTR3K9RZ
April 07, 2014
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski,...
London, United Kingdom
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski,...
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski, in central London April 7, 2014. The $20 million egg, hailing from the court of imperial Russia, was bought in a U.S. junk market by a scrap metal dealer, before it was acquired by Wartski for an unidentified private collector. It will be on display at Wartski's in London for four days in April. . REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR3K9RI
April 07, 2014
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski,...
London, United Kingdom
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski,...
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski, in central London April 7, 2014. The $20 million egg, hailing from the court of imperial Russia, was bought in a U.S. junk market by a scrap metal dealer, before it was acquired by Wartski for an unidentified private collector. It will be on display at Wartski's in London for four days in April. . REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR3K9QQ
April 07, 2014
A Faberge egg is seen displayed during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski, in central London April...
London, United Kingdom
A Faberge egg is seen displayed during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski, in central London
A Faberge egg is seen displayed during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski, in central London April 7, 2014. The $20 million egg, hailing from the court of imperial Russia, was bought in a U.S. junk market by a scrap metal dealer, before it was acquired by Wartski for an unidentified private collector. It will be on display at Wartski's in London for four days in April. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR3K9PW
April 07, 2014
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski,...
London, United Kingdom
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski,...
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski, in central London April 7, 2014. The $20 million egg, hailing from the court of imperial Russia, was bought in a U.S. junk market by a scrap metal dealer, before it was acquired by Wartski for an unidentified private collector. It will be on display at Wartski's in London for four days in April. . REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR3K9P1
April 07, 2014
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski,...
London, United Kingdom
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski,...
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski, in central London April 7, 2014. The $20 million egg, hailing from the court of imperial Russia, was bought in a U.S. junk market by a scrap metal dealer, before it was acquired by Wartski for an unidentified private collector. It will be on display at Wartski's in London for four days in April. . REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR3K9OT
April 07, 2014
A Faberge egg is seen displayed during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski, in central London April...
London, United Kingdom
A Faberge egg is seen displayed during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski, in central London
A Faberge egg is seen displayed during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski, in central London April 7, 2014. The $20 million egg, hailing from the court of imperial Russia, was bought in a U.S. junk market by a scrap metal dealer, before it was acquired by Wartski for an unidentified private collector. It will be on display at Wartski's in London for four days in April. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR3K9OF
April 07, 2014
A Faberge egg is seen displayed during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski, in central London April...
London, United Kingdom
A Faberge egg is seen displayed during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski, in central London
A Faberge egg is seen displayed during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski, in central London April 7, 2014. The $20 million egg, hailing from the court of imperial Russia, was bought in a U.S. junk market by a scrap metal dealer, before it was acquired by Wartski for an unidentified private collector. It will be on display at Wartski's in London for four days in April. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR3K9NI
April 07, 2014
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski,...
London, United Kingdom
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski,...
An assistant poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg during a photo-call at antique dealer Wartski, in central London April 7, 2014. The $20 million egg, hailing from the court of imperial Russia, was bought in a U.S. junk market by a scrap metal dealer, and will be on display at Wartski's in April. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GEMFIELDS-FABERGE/
RTR3AP5M
November 21, 2012
Faberge creative director Katharina Flohr speaks at the Faberge shop in central London November 21, 2012....
London, United Kingdom
Faberge creative director Katharina Flohr speaks at the Faberge shop in central London
Faberge creative director Katharina Flohr speaks at the Faberge shop in central London November 21, 2012. Gemfields is to buy luxury jeweller Faberge from one of the coloured gem miner's own shareholders, in a deal valuing the maker of lavish Easter eggs for Russia's last tsar at $142 million. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY)
GEMFIELDS-FABERGE/
RTR3AP5J
November 21, 2012
Gemfields CEO Ian Harebottle speaks at the Faberge shop in central London November 21, 2012. Gemfields...
London, United Kingdom
Gemfields CEO Ian Harebottle speaks at the Faberge shop in central London
Gemfields CEO Ian Harebottle speaks at the Faberge shop in central London November 21, 2012. Gemfields is to buy luxury jeweller Faberge from one of the coloured gem miner's own shareholders, in a deal valuing the maker of lavish Easter eggs for Russia's last tsar at $142 million. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY)
GEMFIELDS-FABERGE/
RTR3AP5D
November 21, 2012
Faberge egg pendants at the Faberge shop in central London November 21, 2012. Gemfields is to buy luxury...
London, United Kingdom
Faberge egg pendants at the Faberge shop in central London
Faberge egg pendants at the Faberge shop in central London November 21, 2012. Gemfields is to buy luxury jeweller Faberge from one of the coloured gem miner's own shareholders, in a deal valuing the maker of lavish Easter eggs for Russia's last tsar at $142 million. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
GEMFIELDS-FABERGE/
RTR3AP52
November 21, 2012
A picture of Tsarina Alexandria of the Russian Imperial family is seen at the Faberge shop in central...
London, United Kingdom
A picture of Tsarina Alexandria of the Russian Imperial family at the Faberge shop in central London
A picture of Tsarina Alexandria of the Russian Imperial family is seen at the Faberge shop in central London on November 21, 2012. Gemfields is to buy luxury jeweller Faberge from one of the coloured gem miner's own shareholders, in a deal valuing the maker of lavish Easter eggs for Russia's last tsar at $142 million. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
GEMFIELDS-FABERGE/
RTR3AP4V
November 21, 2012
A picture of Grand Duchess Anastasia of the Russian Imperial family is seen at the Faberge shop in central...
London, United Kingdom
A picture of Grand Duchess Anastasia of the Russian Imperial family at the Faberge shop in central London...
A picture of Grand Duchess Anastasia of the Russian Imperial family is seen at the Faberge shop in central London on November 21, 2012. Gemfields is to buy luxury jeweller Faberge from one of the coloured gem miner's own shareholders, in a deal valuing the maker of lavish Easter eggs for Russia's last tsar at $142 million. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
GEMFIELDS-FABERGE/
RTR3AOZB
November 21, 2012
Gemfields CEO Ian Harebottle speaks at the Faberge shop in central London November 21, 2012. Gemfields...
London, United Kingdom
Gemfields CEO Ian Harebottle speaks at the Faberge shop in central London
Gemfields CEO Ian Harebottle speaks at the Faberge shop in central London November 21, 2012. Gemfields is to buy luxury jeweller Faberge from one of the coloured gem miner's own shareholders, in a deal valuing the maker of lavish Easter eggs for Russia's last tsar at $142 million. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY)
GEMFIELDS-FABERGE/
RTR3AOZ8
November 21, 2012
Faberge creative director Katharina Flohr speaks at the Faberge shop in central London November 21, 2012....
London, United Kingdom
Faberge creative director Katharina Flohr speaks at the Faberge shop in central London
Faberge creative director Katharina Flohr speaks at the Faberge shop in central London November 21, 2012. Gemfields is to buy luxury jeweller Faberge from one of the coloured gem miner's own shareholders, in a deal valuing the maker of lavish Easter eggs for Russia's last tsar at $142 million. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY)
GEMFIELDS-FABERGE/
RTR3AOZ5
November 21, 2012
A model poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg necklace at the Faberge shop in central London November...
London, United Kingdom
A model poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg necklace at the Faberge shop in central London
A model poses for a photograph with a Faberge egg necklace at the Faberge shop in central London November 21, 2012. Gemfields is to buy luxury jeweller Faberge from one of the coloured gem miner's own shareholders, in a deal valuing the maker of lavish Easter eggs for Russia's last tsar at $142 million. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY)
GEMFIELDS-FABERGE/
RTR3AOZ2
November 21, 2012
Faberge creative director Katharina Flohr (L) and Gemfields CEO Ian Harebottle (R), with a model standing...
London, United Kingdom
Faberge creative director Katharina Flohr and Gemfields CEO Ian Harebottle announce their collaboration...
Faberge creative director Katharina Flohr (L) and Gemfields CEO Ian Harebottle (R), with a model standing between them, speak at the Faberge shop in central London November 21, 2012. Gemfields is to buy luxury jeweller Faberge from one of the coloured gem miner's own shareholders, in a deal valuing the maker of lavish Easter eggs for Russia's last tsar at $142 million. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR3720G
August 23, 2012
An employee displays a jewel egg called "The Dedication of Faberge", which displays a portrait of legendary...
St. Petersburg, Russia
An employee displays a jewel egg called "The Dedication of Faberge" at a factory owned by jewellery maker...
An employee displays a jewel egg called "The Dedication of Faberge", which displays a portrait of legendary artist-jeweller Peter Carl Faberge and costs about $60,000, at a factory owned by jewellery maker Russkiye Samotsvety Corporation in St. Petersburg, August 23, 2012. The company, which was founded in 1912 and celebrates its 100th anniversary this year, produces jewellery in gold, platinum, and silver, jewellery ornaments, interior decoration items, enamel-filigree tableware and various items. The specialists use high quality precious, semi-precious, synthetic and natural coloured stones, according to its official website. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY WEALTH)
VATICAN/
RTR2L7RL
April 14, 2011
The Renaissance Egg (L) and the Resurrection Egg are displayed at the exhibition "Faberge. The Sacred...
Vatican City, Vatican City
The Renaissance Egg and the Resurrection Egg are displayed at the exhibition "Faberge. The Sacred Images"...
The Renaissance Egg (L) and the Resurrection Egg are displayed at the exhibition "Faberge. The Sacred Images" in the Vatican Museums, April 14, 2011. The Renaissance Egg was presented by Emperor Alexander III to his wife the Empress Maria Feodorovna at Easter in 1894 according to the exhibition's website. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (VATICAN - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION ROYALS)
VATICAN/
RTR2L7RK
April 14, 2011
A woman looks at the Lilies of the Valley Egg at the exhibition "Faberge. The Sacred Images" in the Vatican...
Vatican City, Vatican City
The Lilies of the Valley Egg is displayed at the exhibition "Faberge. The Sacred Images" in the Vatican...
A woman looks at the Lilies of the Valley Egg at the exhibition "Faberge. The Sacred Images" in the Vatican Museums, April 14, 2011. The Faberge Imperial Easter egg was presented by Emperor Nicholas II to his wife the Empress Alexandra Feodorovna at Easter in 1898 according to the exhibition's website. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (VATICAN - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION ROYALS)
VATICAN/
RTR2L7RH
April 14, 2011
A visitor takes a picture of "The Kelch Chanticleer Egg", on display at the exhibition "Faberge. The...
Vatican City, Vatican City
A visitor takes a picture of "The Kelch Chanticleer Egg", on display at the exhibition "Faberge. The...
A visitor takes a picture of "The Kelch Chanticleer Egg", on display at the exhibition "Faberge. The Sacred Images", in the Vatican Museums at the Vatican April 14, 2011. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (VATICAN - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL FASHION ROYALS)
VATICAN/
RTR2L7RC
April 14, 2011
A visitor looks at "The Kelch Chanticleer Egg" on display at the exhibition "Faberge. The Sacred Images",...
Vatican City, Vatican City
A visitor looks at "The Kelch Chanticleer Egg" on display at the exhibition "Faberge. The Sacred Images"...
A visitor looks at "The Kelch Chanticleer Egg" on display at the exhibition "Faberge. The Sacred Images", in the Vatican Museums at the Vatican April 14, 2011. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (VATICAN - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL FASHION ROYALS)
VATICAN/
RTR2L7QE
April 14, 2011
"The Coronation Egg" is displayed at the exhibition "Faberge. The Sacred Images" in the Vatican Museums...
Vatican City, Vatican City
"The Coronation Egg" is displayed at the exhibition "Faberge. The Sacred Images" in the Vatican Museums...
"The Coronation Egg" is displayed at the exhibition "Faberge. The Sacred Images" in the Vatican Museums at the Vatican April 14, 2011. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (VATICAN - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL FASHION ROYALS)
VATICAN/
RTR2L7Q2
April 14, 2011
A visitor passes by "The Coronation Egg", on display at the exhibition "Faberge The Sacred Images", at...
Vatican City, Vatican City
A visitor passes by "The Coronation Egg", on display at the exhibition "Faberge The Sacred Images", at...
A visitor passes by "The Coronation Egg", on display at the exhibition "Faberge The Sacred Images", at the Vatican Museums in Vatican City April 14, 2011. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (VATICAN - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL FASHION ROYALS)
RUSSIA-FABERGE/
RTR2KXG4
April 07, 2011
Visitors walk past a display of flowers made from precious stones in the Kremlin April 6, 2011. Six Faberge...
Moscow, Russia
Visitors walk past a display of flowers made from precious stones in the Kremlin
Visitors walk past a display of flowers made from precious stones in the Kremlin April 6, 2011. Six Faberge eggs crown an exhibit of gem and stone treasures covering 150 years of Russian history in an exhibit opening on Friday at the Kremlin, which aims to lure back interest in art from the motherland. The 10-cm tall bejewelled eggs, some containing tiny gold ships, go on display beside a marble sausage made in the 1930s-40s, evoking the hungry years of the Soviet era. Picture taken April 6, 2011. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA-FABERGE/
RTR2KXFT
April 07, 2011
The "Alexander Palace" egg by Faberge sits on display in the Kremlin April 6, 2011. Six Faberge eggs...
Moscow, Russia
The "Alexander Palace" egg by Faberge sits on display in the Kremlin
The "Alexander Palace" egg by Faberge sits on display in the Kremlin April 6, 2011. Six Faberge eggs crown an exhibit of gem and stone treasures covering 150 years of Russian history in an exhibit opening on Friday at the Kremlin, which aims to lure back interest in art from the motherland. The 10-cm tall bejewelled eggs, some containing tiny gold ships, go on display beside a marble sausage made in the 1930s-40s, evoking the hungry years of the Soviet era. Picture taken April 6, 2011. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA-FABERGE/
RTR2KXFP
April 07, 2011
The figure "Danilushka" by Konovalenko (1958) sits on display in the Kremlin April 6, 2011. Six Faberge...
Moscow, Russia
The figure "Danilushka" by Konovalenko (1958) sits on display in the Kremlin
The figure "Danilushka" by Konovalenko (1958) sits on display in the Kremlin April 6, 2011. Six Faberge eggs crown an exhibit of gem and stone treasures covering 150 years of Russian history in an exhibit opening on Friday at the Kremlin, which aims to lure back interest in art from the motherland. The 10-cm tall bejewelled eggs, some containing tiny gold ships, go on display beside a marble sausage made in the 1930s-40s, evoking the hungry years of the Soviet era. Picture taken April 6, 2011. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA-FABERGE/
RTR2KXFB
April 07, 2011
The "Standart" yacht egg by Faberge sits on display in the Kremlin April 6, 2011. Six Faberge eggs crown...
Moscow, Russia
The "Standart" yacht egg by Faberge sits on display in the Kremlin
The "Standart" yacht egg by Faberge sits on display in the Kremlin April 6, 2011. Six Faberge eggs crown an exhibit of gem and stone treasures covering 150 years of Russian history in an exhibit opening on Friday at the Kremlin, which aims to lure back interest in art from the motherland. The 10-cm tall bejewelled eggs, some containing tiny gold ships, go on display beside a marble sausage made in the 1930s-40s, evoking the hungry years of the Soviet era. Picture taken April 6, 2011. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA-FABERGE/
RTR2KXF6
April 07, 2011
The "Alexander III Monument" egg by Faberge sits on display in the Kremlin April 6, 2011. Six Faberge...
Moscow, Russia
The "Alexander III Monument" egg by Faberge sits on display in the Kremlin
The "Alexander III Monument" egg by Faberge sits on display in the Kremlin April 6, 2011. Six Faberge eggs crown an exhibit of gem and stone treasures covering 150 years of Russian history in an exhibit opening on Friday at the Kremlin, which aims to lure back interest in art from the motherland. The 10-cm tall bejewelled eggs, some containing tiny gold ships, go on display beside a marble sausage made in the 1930s-40s, evoking the hungry years of the Soviet era. Picture taken April 6, 2011. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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April 07, 2011
The "Memory of Azov" egg by Faberge sits on display in the Kremlin April 6, 2011. Six Faberge eggs crown...
Moscow, Russia
The "Memory of Azov" egg by Faberge sits on display in the Kremlin
The "Memory of Azov" egg by Faberge sits on display in the Kremlin April 6, 2011. Six Faberge eggs crown an exhibit of gem and stone treasures covering 150 years of Russian history in an exhibit opening on Friday at the Kremlin, which aims to lure back interest in art from the motherland. The 10-cm tall bejewelled eggs, some containing tiny gold ships, go on display beside a marble sausage made in the 1930s-40s, evoking the hungry years of the Soviet era. Picture taken April 6, 2011. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTR2C96U
March 30, 2010
A chocolate made mock-up of a Faberge easter egg is pictured at a shop of "Fassbender & Rausch" chocolate...
Berlin, Germany
A chocolate made mock-up of a Faberge easter egg is pictured at a shop of "Fassbender & Rausch" chocolate...
A chocolate made mock-up of a Faberge easter egg is pictured at a shop of "Fassbender & Rausch" chocolate maker at Berlin's Gendarmenmarkt square, March 30, 2010. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 30, 2010
A chocolate made mock-up of a Faberge easter egg is pictured at a shop of "Fassbender & Rausch" chocolate...
Berlin, Germany
A chocolate made mock-up of a Faberge easter egg is pictured at a shop of "Fassbender & Rausch" chocolate...
A chocolate made mock-up of a Faberge easter egg is pictured at a shop of "Fassbender & Rausch" chocolate maker at Berlin's Gendarmenmarkt square, March 30, 2010. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTR1VMBR
November 03, 2007
Visitors look at the collection of personal things of Russian emperors during the exhibition "Treasures...
Dubrovnik, Croatia
Visitors look at the collection of personal things of Russian emperors during an exhibition in Dubrovnik...
Visitors look at the collection of personal things of Russian emperors during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Croatia's Adriatic town of Dubrovnik on November 3, 2007. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA)
CROATIA/
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November 03, 2007
The Order of St. George Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia"...
Dubrovnik, Croatia
The Order of St. George Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia"...
The Order of St. George Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Croatia's Adriatic town of Dubrovnik on November 3, 2007. The egg of gold, silver, enamel and water-color on ivory was presented by Emperor Nicholas 2nd to his mother Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna for Easter 1916. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA)
CROATIA/
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November 03, 2007
The Coronation Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Croatia's...
Dubrovnik, Croatia
The Coronation Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Croatia's...
The Coronation Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Croatia's Adriatic town of Dubrovnik on November 3, 2007. The egg of gold, enamel, platinum, diamonds, rubies and rock chrystal was presented by Emperor Nicholas 2nd to his wife, Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, for Easter 1897. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA)
CROATIA/
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November 03, 2007
The Renaissance Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Croatia's...
Dubrovnik, Croatia
The Renaissance Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Croatia's...
The Renaissance Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Croatia's Adriatic town of Dubrovnik on November 3, 2007. The egg of gold, diamonds, rubies, white agat and enamel was presented by Emperor Alexander 3rd to his wife Empress Maria Feodorovna for Easter 1894. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA)
CROATIA/
RTR1VMAK
November 03, 2007
The Rosebud Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Croatia's...
Dubrovnik, Croatia
The Rosebud Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Croatia's...
The Rosebud Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Croatia's Adriatic town of Dubrovnik on November 3, 2007. The egg of gold, enamel and diamonds was presented by Emperor Nicholas 2nd to his wife, Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, for Easter 1895. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA)
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November 03, 2007
The Lilies of the Valley Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia"...
Dubrovnik, Croatia
The Lilies of the Valley Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia"...
The Lilies of the Valley Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Croatia's Adriatic town of Dubrovnik on November 3, 2007. The egg of gold, enamel, diamonds, rubies and pearls was presented by Emperor Nicholas 2nd to his wife, Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, for Easter 1898. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA)
CROATIA/
RTR1VMAC
November 03, 2007
The Bay Tree Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Croatia's...
Dubrovnik, Croatia
The Bay Tree Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Croatia's...
The Bay Tree Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Croatia's Adriatic town of Dubrovnik on November 3, 2007. The egg of gold, nephrite, quartz, diamonds, rubies, amethyst, citrines and pearls was presented by Emperor Nicholas 2nd to his mother, Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna for Easter 1911. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA)
CROATIA/
RTR1VMA9
November 03, 2007
The Coronation Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Croatia's...
Dubrovnik, Croatia
The Coronation Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Croatia's...
The Coronation Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Croatia's Adriatic town of Dubrovnik on November 3, 2007. The egg of gold, enamel, platinum, diamonds, rubies and rock chrystal was presented by Emperor Nicholas 2nd to his wife, Empress Alexandra Feodorovna for Easter 1897. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA)
CROATIA/
RTR1VMA6
November 03, 2007
The Bay Tree Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in famous...
Dubrovnik, Croatia
The Bay Tree Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Dubrovnik...
The Bay Tree Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in famous Croatia's Adriatic town of Dubrovnik on November 3, 2007. The egg of gold, nephrite, quartz, diamonds, rubies, amethyst, citrines and pearls was presented by Emperor Nicholas 2nd to his mother Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna for Easter 1911. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA)
CROATIA/
RTR1VMA0
November 03, 2007
The Renaissance Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Croatia's...
Dubrovnik, Croatia
The Renaissance Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Croatia's...
The Renaissance Faberge egg is displayed during the exhibition "Treasures of Imperial Russia" in Croatia's Adriatic town of Dubrovnik on November 3, 2007. The egg of gold, diamonds, rubies, white agat and enamel was presented by Emperor Alexander 3rd to his wife Empress Maria Feodorovna for Easter 1894. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (CROATIA)
BRITAIN/
RTR1UKID
October 04, 2007
The Rothschild Faberge egg is displayed at Christie's auction house in London October 4, 2007. The previously...
London, United Kingdom
The Rothschild Faberge egg is displayed at Christie's auction house in London
The Rothschild Faberge egg is displayed at Christie's auction house in London October 4, 2007. The previously unrecorded work of art will be auctioned in November and is expected to realise between £6 million to £9 million pounds sterling ($12 to $18 million). REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (BRITAIN)
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October 04, 2007
The Rothschild Faberge egg is displayed at Christie's auction house in London October 4, 2007. The previously...
London, United Kingdom
The Rothschild Faberge egg is displayed at Christie's auction house in London
The Rothschild Faberge egg is displayed at Christie's auction house in London October 4, 2007. The previously unrecorded work of art will be auctioned in November and is expected to realise between £6 million to £9 million pounds sterling ($12 to $18 million). REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (BRITAIN)
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October 25, 2005
A visitor admires precious richly decorated eggs at an opening of Faberge Grand Collection Gallery in...
Moscow, Russia
To accompany feature Russia-Faberge
A visitor admires precious richly decorated eggs at an opening of Faberge Grand Collection Gallery in central Moscow near the Kremlin, October 25, 2005. A new generation of Faberge eggs, bywords for the opulence of Russias last tsars, are on sale in Moscows Red Square nearly 90 years after the communist revolution drovethe jewellers out of the country. Picture taken October 25. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE RUSSIA-FABERGE REUTERS/Viktor Korotayev
RUSSIA FABERGE
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October 25, 2005
A visitor admires precious richly decorated eggs at an opening of Faberge Grand Collection Gallery in...
Moscow, Russia
A visitor admires precious richly decorated eggs at an opening of Faberge Grand Collection Gallery in...
A visitor admires precious richly decorated eggs at an opening of Faberge Grand Collection Gallery in central Moscow near the Kremlin, October 25, 2005. The designer is the only surviving grandson of Carl Faberge, whose eggs were prized possessions of the last Tsar of Russia and now sell for more than $10 million. REUTERS/Viktor Korotayev
GERMANY
RTREGKE
September 18, 2005
Visitors look at the baroque Cockerel Faberge Imperial Easter egg at the exhibition "Faberge in Berlin...
Berlin, Germany
Visitors look at a Faberge Imperial Easter egg at exhibition at Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin.
Visitors look at the baroque Cockerel Faberge Imperial Easter egg at the exhibition "Faberge in Berlin - Treasures of the Imperial Russia" at Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin, June 15 2005. The Cockerel or Cuckoo Egg is one of six Faberge Imperial Easter eggs with embedded mechanics, which reveals a bird flapping its wings and crowing. The exhibition is open until September 18, 2005. REUTERS/Maxie Goetze MG/AA
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May 18, 2004
Lily of the Valley Egg by Faberge is admired by visitors at the exhibition in the Kremlin in Moscow,...
Moscow, Russia
Lily of the Valley Egg by Faberge is admired by visitors at the exhibition in the Kremlin in Moscow,.....
Lily of the Valley Egg by Faberge is admired by visitors at the exhibition in the Kremlin in Moscow, May 18, 2004. The Russian industrialist Viktor Vekselberg paid an undisclosed sum of money for the collection containing 180 items, nine Faberge eggs among them. Vekselberg's fund brought the collection to Russia and promises to arrange a permanent public display.
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