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chrischelsea12548:

Fabergé Eggs ?

A. It is a piece of decorative art created by the House of Fabergé, a jewellery company founded in 1842 in Russia. Usually they contain a tiny suprise. The most elaborate included a bejewelled clockwork toy, even a miniature train, within the highly decorated shell.
They invariably cost at least £1 million.
Q. What is an Imperial Easter Egg?

A. These were the eggs commissioned by the Russian royal family. They would give them as Easter presents to each other and are the most elaborate of the eggs. There were only 50 made in total; 43 remain.

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