Faberge eggs are the embodiment of masterly goldsmithing and luxury gifts. These precious items, produced by Peter Carl Faberge between 1885 and 1916 for the Russian tsar family and other buyers, still fascinate to this day through their craftsmanly precision, their valuable materials and their history. From 1990 to 2009 the Faberge tradition was continued by the Pforzheim jewellery manufacturer Victor Mayer. As artificer of Faberge jewellery, the company, founded in 1890, manufactured precious everyday items and the famous Faberge egg objects using contemporary designs. Only at Victor Mayer did traditional handcraft techniques preside in skill and mastery - and still do today - resulting in the high quality of these historical objects. The current publication provides a full and richly illustrated catalogue of all the Faberge egg objects produced in the Victor Mayer manufactory. The attention lies with the stylistic development and the icography of the pieces, the company histories of the House of Faberge as well as of the artificer Victor Mayer.