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World FABERGÉ-EI: 4 things that you did not know about it

12:55  17 april  2022
12:55  17 april  2022 Source:   ad-magazin.de

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  Fabergé-Ei: 4 Dinge, die Sie nicht darüber wussten © Getty Images

You should know about the Fabergé egg.

& 1. Who was actually Peter-Karl Fabergé? Workers in Carl Faberge's Workshop © Getty Images Workers in Carl Faberge's Workshop

Pierre-Karl Fabergé is quasi, the name is already revealing it, the inventor of the Fabergé ice cream. But despite his opulence and preciousness, the Jewelier had a rather modest start in the industry. He was born on May 30, 1846 in Saint Petersburg as the son of a Protestant German family. His father, Gustav Fabergé, completed an apprenticeship as Goldsmith before opening his own little jewelery store in 1842. After his death in 1882, Pierre-Karl Fabergé took over the operation. In the same year, the jeweler is suddenly celebrated for his creations.

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& 2. Where is the Fabergé-egg? Fabergé Eggs © Getty Images FABERGÉ EGGS

The Fabergé-egg was originally an Easter Gift . Everything started in 1885, as Zar Alexander III. At the jeweler Pierre-Karl Fabergé a piece of jewelery in the form of an egg for his wife Maria Feodorovna ordered to Easter. It was a shell in the form of an egg, and in it hid a valuable gift. And so the Fabergé egg was born. The ZAR was so enthusiastic about the creation that he decided to give his girlfriend a new Fabergé-egg on Easter every year.

& 3. The egg was known but the egg by films © AFP "Octopussy"

The Fabergé-egg dived for the first time in the film "Octopussy", the thirteenth James Bond part from 1983, . After the murder of Agent 009, which had found himself in the British Embassy to give the ambassador to a Fabergé-egg, James Bond participates in his auction of the object. Also in "Ocean's Twelve" (2004) and "Intouchables" (2011) of Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano was a Fabergé ei.

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& 4. Several Fabergé eggs have disappeared The Constellation Egg, 1917. Artist: Russian Master, Factory Fabergé © Getty Images The Constellation Egg, 1917. Artist: Russian Master, Factory Fabergé

According to the Russian Revolution, several Fabergé eggs were stolen and hidden all over the world. Of 54 eggs produced seven lost and two, namely the "constellation" and the "Karelische Birkeni" from 1918, were manufactured, but never delivered. As an anecdote one mentioned that a Favorée egg worth 24 million euros was found in the display of an flea market in the Midwest of the USA. His owner, a scrap dealer, had bought it for 8,000 euros and planned to melt it to resell the gold - then he learned the true value of the ice.

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