Course Description

It is 1894, Tsar Alexander III of Russia has died.  A decade earlier, he ordered a gold Easter egg as a surprise gift for his wife, who was so captivated by the egg and the surprise inside of the egg, that he continued the tradition every year.  His son & successor, Nicholas II, requests two eggs each year: one for his mother and one for his wife from the imperial jeweler, Fabergé.  Each egg takes between one and several years to create and each one costs a fortune.  Today, any egg is worth tens of millions of dollars.  Come hear this thrilling lecture.    


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