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Timeline of major events
Gustav Faberge opens shop in St. Petersburg
May 30: Peter Carl Faberge (or Carl Gustavovich) is
Carl Faberge begins to manage the family firm
Assassination of Alexander II and coronation of Alexander
First Imperial egg made. Faberge is appointed as court
Alexander III dies and Nicholas II marries Alix von
May 26: Coronation of Nicholas II and Alexandra
First public display of the Imperial Eggs, organized
January 22: Bloody Sunday Massacre
Russia adopts a constitutional monarchy system of government.
World War I begins
Bolshevik close the House of Faberge
The royal family are assassinated
Faberge and his family escape Russia
September: Peter Carl Faberge dies in Lusanne, Switzerland
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