Fabergé egg

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a Fabergé egg (the Moscow Kremlin)

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Fabergé egg (plural Fabergé eggs)

  1. One of the thousands of decorated Easter eggs made by the House of Fabergé from 1885 to 1917, especially one of the 69 large jeweled pieces made for Russian imperial family and a few other customers.
  2. (informal) Any decorated egg.

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