Go on the world’s most luxurious Easter egg hunt with Fabergé

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The Lost Third Imperial Easter Egg is exhibited in London now

Easter is just around the corner and the world’s most luxurious egg hunt has hit the streets of London.

A Fabergé Imperial Easter Egg made for Emperor Alexander III of Russia, which has not been seen in public for more than a century, is currently being exhibited at the Court Jewellers Wartski in Mayfair for a limited period of time.

The precious creation was believed to have been lost but, incredibly, reappeared after it was snapped up by an American scrap dealer by chance. It is one of 50 eggs delivered to Emperors Alexander III and Nicholas II between 1885 to 1916 and up until recently counted as one of eight missing designs.

To find out more about The Lost Third Imperial Easter Egg’s unbelievable history, read this detailed blog post by jewellery blogger Iidamaria Heikkinen on Decades of Elegance.

Visit The Third Imperial Fabergé Easter Egg exhibition at Wartski, 14 Grafton Street, London W1S 4DE from 14th-17th April between 9:30am to 5pm.

 

 

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