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  • 1. English – French - Italian
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  • 6. Lo Zar Nicola II, Con la Zarina Alexandra ed i loro figli.
  • 7.   The subject I’m going to deal with doesn’t concern Easter, from a religious point of view, but it has to do with Easter anyway and I am sure it will intrigue you !!!   The first Egg, belonging to a series of 57 specimen, renowned for its beauty, preciousness, and inventiveness, still today the aim of very refined collectors, was commissioned to the famous jeweller Fabergé, by Czar Alexander III of Russia , as an Easter surprise for his wife Maria Fyodorovna . It was 1885. Outside it was covered with opaque white enamel, and its structure was very much like that of Chinese boxe s or Russian matriosks : inside there was a golden yolk, containing in its turn a little hen made with multicolour enamels and gold, with rubies for eyes. The latter had inside a miniature copy of the imperial crown with an egg-shaped ruby inside. The czarina was so happy about this present that Fabergé was appointed by Alexander “Court Jeweller”, and commissioned to make every year an Easter Egg for the czarina; the one condition was that each egg should be unique and contain a surprise. As original as possible. The subject and look of the eggs varied greatly. For example the 1900 egg was decorated on the outer part with a grey metal band on which the stages of the railway route were engraved, but had inside a whole train, very tiny and in gold. The tradition of the Fabergé Easter Egg, as a present from the Czar to the Czarina, continued with the accession to the throne of Nicholas II and his wife Alexandra of Assia. The last two, intended for 1916-1917 Easter, were not delivered: quite different sceneries had opened for Russia with October Revolution and with the tragic extermination of the whole Romanov family. Clic - FRENCH
  • 8. Le premier oeuf,d'une serie de 57 examplaires devenue mythique pour sa beauté,préciosité et imagination, et aujourd'hui encore objet de précieux collectionnisme,fut commissionné en 1885 au grand Bijoutier Fabergé par le Tsar Alexandre III de Russie, comme surprise de Paques pour sa femme Maria Fyodorovna. En émail blanc opaque, il avait une structure comme les boites chinoises où les matriochkas russes: à l'interieur il y avait un jaune d'oeuf en or,qui avait à son tour une petite poule colorée en or et émail avec les yeux en rubis. Celle-ci contenait une copie en miniature de la Couronne Imperiale qui,à son tour,contenait un petit rubis en forme d'oeuf. La Tsarine fut tellement heureuse de ce cadeau que Fabergé fut nommé par Alexandre "Bijoutier de la Cour" et chargé de créer chaque année un oeuf de Paques pour la Tsarine; seule condition,que chaque oeuf soit unique et renferme une surprise.Le plus possible originale. Les sujets et l'aspect des oeufs étaient amplement differents. Par example ,sur la partie exterieure,l'oeuf du 1900 était décoré d'une bande grise métallisée gravée du programme de l'itineraire du chemin de fer,mais a l'interieur il renfermait un entier et minuscule train en or. La tradition de l'oeuf de Paques de Fabergé comme cadeau du Tsar à la Tsarine continua avec la montée au Throne de NicholasII et de sa femme Alexandra. Les deux dérniers, pour les Paques 1916-1917, ne furent pas livrés. Bien d'autres scenarios s'étaient ouverts pour la Russie avec la Révolution d'octobre et l'extermination de toute la famille Romanov.   Click – Italian
  • 9. Il primo Uovo, di una serie di 57 esemplari, diventata mitica per bellezza, preziosità ed inventiva ed ancora oggi oggetto di preziosissimo collezionismo, fu commissionato. al grande Gioielliere Faberge, dallo zar Alessandro III di Russia , come sorpresa di Pasqua per la moglie Maria Fyodorovna . Era il 1885. Di colore bianco con smalto opaco,esso aveva una struttura a scatole cinesi o a matrioske russe : all'interno vi era un tuorlo tutto d'oro, contenente a sua volta una gallinella colorata d'oro e smalti con gli occhi di rubino. Quest'ultima racchiudeva una copia in miniatura della corona imperiale contenente un piccolo rubino a forma d'uovo. La zarina fu così contenta di questo regalo che Fabergé fu nominato da Alessandro “Gioielliere di Corte", e incaricato di fare ogni anno, un Uovo di Pasqua per la Zarina; sola condizione, che ogni uovo doveva essere unico e contenere una sorpresa. Il più possibile originale. I temi e l'aspetto delle uova variavano ampiamente. Per esempio, sulla parte esterna, l'uovo del 1900 era decorato da una fascia grigia metallica con inciso il programma dell'itinerario della ferrovia, ma all'interno aveva un intero treno molto piccolo, in oro. La tradizione dell’Uovo di Pasqua Faberge come regalo dello Zar alla Zarina,continuò con l’ascesa al Trono di Nicola II e sua moglie Alessandra d’Assia. Le ultime due, per la Pasqua 1916-1917, non furono consegnate. Ben altri scenari si erano aperti per la Russia con la Rivoluzione di ottobre e con il tragico sterminio di tutta la famiglia Romanov. [email_address] - www.gabriellla.it (3 L) Da “Wikipendia”