The Fabergé Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia, is a privately-owned museum which was established by Viktor Vekselberg and his Link of Times foundation in order to repatriate lost cultural valuables to Russia. The Fabergé Museum's collection has nine Imperial Easter eggs that were made to the order of the last two Romanov Tsars — the Emperors Alexander III and Nicolas II. The eggs were bought by Vekselberg in 2004 from the family of the American newspaper magnate Malcolm Forbes. He purchased them just before they came up for auction, paying $100 million for the Forbes family's entire Fabergé collection.
Peter Carl Gustavovich Fabergé (18  May, 1846, St. Petersburg — 24 September, 1920, Lausanne) was a famous jeweler. He was the head of his family's business and dynasty of jewelry artists. He was the creator of the Fabergé eggs, which are highly regarded by collectioners around the world.