Fabergé, lost and found: the recently discovered jewelry designs from the St. Petersburg archives

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H. N. Abrams, 1993 - Antiques & Collectibles - 176 pages
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For more than 25 years Carl Faberge and his firm served as jeweler and goldsmith to the tsars of Russia and other influential people. Here, straight from the St. Petersburg archives, jewelry expert Snowman reproduces hundreds of drawings and photographs (most in full color) from two newly discovered Faberge design books.

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For readers acquainted only with Faberge's jewel-encrusted eggs, the graceful, dainty pendants, brooches, and diadems shown here reveal the more utilitarian aspects of the famous house's business of ... Read full review

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