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In the following years the design is complicated, making prolonged duration, expectations are growing, but the eggs were lower. After several jewelers lived employed at a single egg, and Karl asked designers requirements, adopted or rejected their proposals and underwent further them. It happened even an occasional egg in its emerging pulled off the road, and then it waited awesome Charles Court – hammer. However, the Emperor Alexander did not allow even an Easter has passed, and that the Empress is not pleased by faberžeovski, and so until his death in 1894, when he inherited the throne son Nikolai Alexandrovich Romanov, the last Russian tsar. With twenty-six years, as he had when he became emperor, Nicholas was very aware that good habits can not be changed, but to them, especially if they are good, should be doubled. From Easter 1895 until the end of Imperial Russia (with the exception of 1904. and 1905, when it led the Japanese-Russian war), House of Faberge is the address of the imperial family after delivering two eggs – one for the mother, Maria Feodorovna, and the other for Nikolai’s wife, the Empress Alexandra Feodorovna. On the other hand, had a house Faberge tradition: no car itself, the commissioner made, did not know how it will look like an egg, and this has not changed with the change of the contracting authority not from the Nicholas Alexander. The only condition was that the egg contains a surprise. Like the exterior of eggs, and surprises are becoming increasingly complicated, so much so complicated that they are themselves doing things like that did birdie in the crown of laurel tree (egg laurel tree), which is waving wings, shook her head, opened beak and sang. These are apparently quite normal things like a little bird in the tree, but keep in mind that this bird is not alive, and that the longest diagonal of no more than 2 cm. It seems that Karl, as the man who gave the initial idea for the design of eggs, pretty well assess what would be appropriate to make that year and it is very well acquainted with the life of the Romanovs. Certain eggs are associated with some details from the life of the imperial family and the other following the then current events office in Russia, but there were those who conducted the motto that the art can just be something nice. However, not Karl was not infallible. Pamiat Azov Egg (1891) as a surprise contains a miniature replica of the eponymous warship in which young Nicholas, then the prince and heir to the throne, boarding at the urging of parents, and goes on an extended trip. The aim, according to the emperor and empress, “broaden their horizons”. Gossip, however, suggests that loading up this was not much in relation to understanding the broader picture. Or just eat. At that time, Nicholas was twisted relationship with Matilda, ballerina of the Royal Theater in St. Petersburg. As the emperor and empress were the parents of those who hold to “menu is good, if it’s good”, they decided to take matters into their own hands and rely on the “out of sight, out of mind”. This method was not very successful, because the intertwining of Matilda and Nicholas continued after his return from educational spending time outdoors, and parents access the radical measure – marriage. If sȃm time failed to extend the horizons of St Nicholas, maybe attempted murder is. During his stay in Japan, was attempted in which Nikolai received serious head injuries. Although the Empress Maria this egg delivered before the assassination attempt, it is certain that it was not a major competitor for the title of the egg-favorite. Egg, which in turn definitely had the best chance to be a favorite of Empress Alexandra, wife of St Nicholas, was koronaciono Imperial Egg (1897). Except that celebrates the day when Alexander became Empress of all the Russias, May 14, 1896 that contains an identical thumbnail of carriage from the time of Catherine the Great in which Alexander is driven at the coronation. Although only 5cm long replica, the carriage door open, the wheels are turning and turning, and the interior is lined with scarlet pillows. Perhaps 20 years later, at the time of the Bolshevik Revolution, Alexander cursed the day when she became Empress of Russia, but the Koronaciono egg during better days certainly had one of the more prominent place on the shelf with eggs Empress Maria Theresa. Except that celebrates the day when Alexander became Empress of all the Russias, May 14, 1896 that contains an identical thumbnail of carriage from the time of Catherine the Great in which Alexander is driven at the coronation. Although only 5cm long replica, the carriage door open, the wheels are turning and turning, and the interior is lined with scarlet pillows. Perhaps 20 years later, at the time of the Bolshevik Revolution, Alexander cursed the day when she became Empress of Russia, but the Koronaciono egg during better days certainly had one of the more prominent place on the shelf with eggs Empress Maria Theresa. Except that celebrates the day when Alexander became Empress of all the Russias, May 14, 1896 that contains an identical thumbnail of carriage from the time of Catherine the Great in which Alexander is driven at the coronation. Although only 5cm long replica, the carriage door open, the wheels are turning and turning, and the interior is lined with scarlet pillows. Perhaps 20 years later, at the time of the Bolshevik Revolution, Alexander cursed the day when she became Empress of Russia, but the Koronaciono egg during better days certainly had one of the more prominent place on the shelf with eggs Empress Maria Theresa.

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