The golden egg belongs to the Fabergé collection, meaning it was made by the Russian jeweler, Peter Carl Fabergé.
The egg was auctioned at a starting price of 28 million rubles, but eventually sold for 67.5 million rubles.
Maria Feodorovna, Empress of Russia (November 26, 1847 - October 13, 1928).
Her name at birth was Princess Dagmar, because she was a princess of the German-Danish Schleswich-Holstein dynasty of Glücksberg in the Duchy of Schleswich.
Later, Maria Feodorovna officially became a Danish princess four months before she was six, after her father became the presumptive heir to the Danish throne.
After her father received the title of Prince of Denmark; Then after her father's accession to the throne she became known as Princess Dagmar, daughter of Christian IX, King of Denmark.