Fabergé EggsFabergé eggs are famous jewelled eggs that were created in Russia around the turn of the century. These goose eggs were lined in silk, adorned with jewels and mounted in precious metals. The eggs were commissioned by the royalty to exchange at Easter. The eggs were created at the House of Fabergé, however Peter Carl Fabergé did not make the eggs himself. Rather, Michael Evtampievich Perchin and Henrik Wigstrom created the eggs.