5 Most Expensive Eggs in the World


Created in 1897, this iconic egg features intricate gold and enamel craftsmanship and is worth millions of dollars.

Fabergé Imperial Coronation Egg: 


Commissioned in 1902 by the Rothschild family, this extravagant egg is adorned with diamonds, pearls, and colorful enamel.

Rothschild Fabergé Egg: 


Crafted in 1913, this egg is known for its frost-inspired design and is a reflection of the opulence of the Russian Imperial era.

Winter Egg by Fabergé: 


Created in 1902, this egg features a stunning combination of pearls, diamonds, and enamel, making it highly valuable.

Duchess of Marlborough Egg: 


Commissioned by Tsar Nicholas II in 1897, this egg is encrusted with diamonds, rubies, and emeralds, representing the pinnacle of luxury and craftsmanship.

Coronation Egg by Fabergé:

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