La Marché de Noel, series of 8 feves Feve Jean-Marie Collection. Ltd France 2004 Porcelain 1 inch Feves are baked in a cake for Twelfth Night (Three Kings Night or Epiphany); the person who finds it becomes king of the feast. The name feve is the word for “bean” and originally beans were baked in the cake, but since around 1960 it has been ceramic trinkets. If there are two, one is for a king and one for a queen. This feve is part of a set of eight holiday items: angel, shoe with gift, wrapped present, Christmas pudding, wreath, and sweets.