A jewel-encrusted Fabergé egg belonging to the Queen is the glittering star attraction of a new exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre in Norwich.
It's one of only 43 surviving eggs commissioned by the Russian royal family which they would give each other at Easter.
It's a chance to see something priceless and very rare indeed ... along with 65 other Fabergé treasures from Sandringham.
Click to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Natalie Gray
In 1885 Peter Carl Fabergé was appointed jeweller and goldsmith to the Russian imperial court.
The elaborate eggs that he created for the royal family , and the less expensive eggs for the general market, remain Fabergé's best-known creations.
But they made many more fabulous objects ranging from silverware, jewellery and minature objets d'art.
And the Queen has lent 65 Fabergé treasures from Sandringham made for the wife of Edward VII, Queen Alexandra of Denmark. They are replicas of real animals on the Norfolk estate made in precious materials.