Authored by Lachin Hatemi M.D.
Published by Foundation For Pluralism
A fascination with eggs and their perfect form inspired Peter Carl Fabergé, who was a renowned jeweler and goldsmith to the Russian Imperial Court. Fabergé created a total of 50 Imperial Easter Eggs for Russian emperors from 1885 to 1917, which became an Easter tradition in the Russian Imperial Court. When Russian Revolution of 1918 dethroned the Russian Czar, it also ended the storied Faberge tradition.