Fabergé sells Fabergé-themed jewelry and egg charms at its boutiques and on Fabergé.com. Websites such Amazon.com and eBay also offer replicas of Imperial Eggs, egg-shaped jewelry boxes and Fabergé-inspired collectibles.
Peter Carl Fabergé and his family produced approximately 50 of the Imperial Eggs for the Imperial family of Russia. Each incredibly detailed "million-dollar" egg took almost a year to craft. Imperial Eggs feature colorful enamel, gold, silver and precious gems such as diamonds and emeralds.
Of the 50 Imperial Eggs created, all but seven or eight of the original Imperial eggs have been found. Some of them are in museum exhibitions; private collectors own others. Collectors and historians are still searching for the lost eggs. At times, several retailers owned the rights to the brand name Fabergé and offered replicas of the original eggs and other jewelry made in a similar style.
Fabergé jewelers sell certain pieces under the Fabergé brand name at boutiques in New York, London, Geneva, as well as Harrods stores and other international locations. Amazon.com offers an extensive variety of ring and trinket boxes described as Fabergé-style eggs. EBay.com also sells decorative collectible replicas of the Imperial Fabergé Eggs and other eggs inspired by the Fabergé pieces.