If you like diamonds, this exhibition for you!
The collection includes works that were kept at the Faberge Museum in Baden-Baden (Germany), the State Hermitage Museum, the Peterhof State Museum-Reserve, the State Historical Museum, the All-Russian Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art and the State Russian Museum (Russia).
Here you can not just enjoy the works of outstanding jewelers, but also see in retrospect the origin and development of the world-famous jewelry House.
It is interesting that at the exhibition you can see works that were manufactured not only for representatives of the high class of society and the world elite. As is known, Faberge produced jewelry of two different types: the first one included jewelry and haberdashery (snuff boxes, eggs, necklaces, favors, cigar cases, etc.), which were made of precious stones using the most sophisticated enameling technologies, while the second one was represented by stylish and presentable silverware (cutlery, vases, bowls, prize cups, etc.).
Connoisseurs of works of the House will be pleased to admire:
• Easter Imperial Egg from Karelian birch (1917);
• the last Easter Egg, made and presented to the Imperial Family by the Faberge company;
• Easter Imperial Egg "Imperial Blue Tsarevich Constellation Egg" (1917), intended as a gift to Empress Alexandra Feodorovna for Easter 1917;
• brooch "Butterfly" (1896), presented by Emperor Nicholas II to actress M. N. Yermolova.
Such an excursion can be an interesting and useful way of spending time in Moscow. The museum is located in the Moscow Region. Here you can also visit https://www.moscovery.com/