Memory of Azov Egg

Memory of Azov Egg, 1891, Peter Carl Fabergé
9.3 cm7 cm

Memory of Azov Egg is a Gold and Diamonds Decorative Artwork created by Peter Carl Fabergé in 1891. It lives at the The State Russian Museum in Russia. The image is used according to Educational Fair Use, and tagged Boats and Decorative Artwork. Source

The 'Memory of Azov' Egg created by the House of Fabrige, was commissioned by Emperor Alexander III for his wife, Maria Feodorovna. Like all of the Imperial Easter eggs this egg contains a 'surprise' — this time a delicate gold model of the Imperial Russian cruiser Pamiat Azova — the Memory of Azov.

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