Fabergé: imperial craftsman and his world
Booth-Clibborn Editions, Sep 1, 2000 - Antiques & Collectibles - 416 pages
With over 750 treasures by Faberge and other world-famous jewellers and goldsmiths, this book brings together celebrated collections from Moscow, St. Petersburg and around the world, placing the Faberge phenomenon in a wider context for the first time.
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Preface 8 Lenders to the exhibition
His Life and
FABERGE SILVER AND CLOISONNE ENAMEL 89
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Alexander ammal apphed Art Nouveau assay mark bezel bhie Bibhography Bohn border Boucheron BROOCH cabochon cabochon ruby cabochon sapphire Cartier chased CIGARETTE-CASE CLOISONNE CLOISONNE ENAMEL Cyrilhc decorated diamond-set Easter Eggs enamel enamel dial ENAMELED GOLD engraved Exhibited Faberge's Feodor Feodorovna fohage Forbes Magazine Collection FRAME Geza von Habsburg GOLD-MOUNTED guilloche guilloche enamel Habsburg Hamburg hardstone height Hermitage Museum Hermitage Museum ERO Hollming House of Faberge Imperial Warrant mark imtials of workmaster initials of workmaster jeweler jewelry John Traina Collection laurel length London Louis XV mark of Faberge mark of Moscow mark of St MOUNTED Mumch nephrite opaque white enamel Original fitted oval Paris Petersburg before 1899 Private Collection Provenance pushpiece rose-cut diamonds roubles Russian set with rose-cut signed Faberge SILVER-GILT silversmith Snowman Solodkoff 1984 stamped with Imperial strut style Tiffany Tillander Tsar Woolf Family Collection workmaster Henrik Wigstrom workmaster Michael Perchin workshop York zolotnik