MondoMostre Roma

Fabergé at the Venaria Reale. The Jewelry of the last Zars

Reggia di Venaria Reale
Turin, Italy
June 27, 2012 - November 9, 2012

Days of exhibition

135


The exhibition is curated by Arkadyi Ippolitov and features thirteen unique specimens of Fabergé’s famous “Easter Eggs”. Indeed, they constitute the most important collection of its kind in the world. Among these, nine imperial eggs made of gold, precious stones and precious materials, as well as the romantic heart-shaped Egg made in 1897. The exhibition features the works of high jewelry made by the famous Carl Fabergé, also known as Karl Gustavovič Faberže (1846-1920), Master Jeweler at the Romanov imperial court. Also on display, 350 precious masterpieces produced by the St. Petersburg Jewelry Factory from the collection of the Link of Times Foundation in Moscow. The exhibition also gives visitors a unique perspective on the relationships between the court of the Romanovs and the court of the Savoias.


 

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