Übersetzung für 'Fabergé eggs' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a Fabergé egg | Fabergé eggs
Fabergé eggs [Am.] [Fabergé Imperial Easter eggs]
(kaiserliche) Prunkeier {pl} [von Fabergé]
Fabergé egg
Fabergé-Ei {n}
the House of Fabergé
das Haus {n} Fabergé
eggsEier {pl}
addled eggsfaule Eier {pl}
eggs Benedict
Eier {pl} Benedikt
pickled eggs
Soleier {pl}
ant eggs
Ameiseneier {pl}
swallowtail eggs
Eier {pl} des Schwalbenschwanzes
brimstone eggs
Eier {pl} des Zitronenfalters
chicken eggs
Hühnereier {pl}
fly eggs
Fliegeneier {pl}
to separate eggs
Eier trennen
powdered eggs {pl}
Eipulver {n}
swallowtail eggs
Schwalbenschwanzeier {pl} [auch: Schwalbenschwanz-Eier]
to lay eggs
Eier legen
brimstone eggs
Zitronenfaltereier {pl}
devilled eggs {pl}
Russisch Ei {n}
eel eggs
Aaleier {pl}
mulled eggs {pl}
Eierpunsch {m}
hens' eggs
Hühnereier {pl}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Perhaps the grand finalé – and an appropriate transition to the following period – were the masterful creations of the Russian artist Peter Carl Fabergé, working for the Imperial Russian court, whose Fabergé eggs and jewellery pieces are still considered as the epitome of the goldsmith's art.
  • It features over 200 holograms, including OptoClones of Imperial Fabergé eggs, Oculus Rift virtual reality glasses and more.
  • All the important commissions of the time, including some of the Imperial Easter Eggs, the renowned "Fabergé eggs", were made in his workshop.
  • Mohr-Mayer continues to represent the Fabergé workmaster at events of the Collegium Fabergé and gives lectures on the history and making of Fabergé eggs.
  • The collection of Fabergé Eggs was the center piece of the Russian Pavilion at Expo 2000 in Hannover, Germany.

  • In a variant of the technique, translucent enamel was applied over a guilloché machine-turned metal backing by Peter Carl Fabergé on the Faberge eggs and other pieces from the 1880s until the Russian Revolution, and this technique is still used, usually in a single colour.
  • It is currently held in the Kremlin Armoury Museum in Moscow, and it is one of the few imperial Fabergé eggs that were never sold after the Russian Revolution.
  • These Fabergé eggs resembled standard decorated eggs, but they were made from gold and precious stones.
  • In 1947, the VMFA was given the Lillian Thomas Pratt collection of some 150 jeweled objects created by Peter Carl Fabergé and other Russian workshops, including the largest public collection of Fabergé eggs outside of Russia.
  • Karl Faberge used the rose engine to create his signature decoration, guilloché enameling, for his famous Fabergé eggs created for Tsar Alexander III of Russia.

  • The Hillwood Museum, located in a house that once belonged to philanthropist and socialite Marjorie Merriweather Post, contains her collection of decorative objects, including several Fabergé eggs.
  • ... , "Karl Gustavovich Faberzhe"; 30 May 1846 – 24 September 1920), was a Russian jeweller best known for the famous Fabergé eggs made in the style of genuine Easter eggs, but using precious metals and gemstones rather than more mundane materials.
  • In 1994, José Behar and music executives from EMI Latin attend a Selena concert ("Bidi Bidi Bom Bom"/"No Me Queda Más"), offering her to record an English-language album, showing that she has successfully broken down cultural barriers. Selena opens her first Selena Etc. boutique and asks her fan club president Yolanda Saldívar to manage it. Her live album wins a Grammy for Best Mexican-American album, so her staff chip in to get her a celebratory gift. After claiming she knows the perfect gift and suggesting they give her all of the money to buy it, Yolanda gives Selena a ring resembling the Faberge eggs but does not mention it was a group present. Selena begins recording her crossover album ("I Could Fall In Love") and she and Chris plan to start a family together.
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