The iconic name of Faberge is most often associated with opulent eggs with hidden treasures inside. For almost a century no Faberge eggs have been produced but that will soon change. Sometime next year the first Faberge egg in quite some time will be launched
, although who commissioned such a decadent piece is unknown at this time. Originally intended as gifts for Russian royalty these amazing bejeweled treasures are now scattered between museums and private collectors, even some lost to history. In the gallery below are nine Faberge eggs once owned by the Forbes family -- each is uniquely crafted with hidden delights inside. I wonder if the anticipated egg will keep with the past or have more of a modern twist?