by Debrett"s Peerage Ltd., in association with the Victoria and Albert Museum in London .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||131|
|ISBN 10||0905649028, 0905649036|
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Faberge, by Strong, Roy (foreword) and Snowman, A Kenneth (Introduction) A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. Outstanding among the world's artistic treasures are the works of Russian jeweler and goldsmith Carl Faberge (). In this lavishly illustrated book - the most comprehensive study of Faberge and his innovative creations to date - his legacy is illuminated against the background of royal patronage and his role as Imperial Jeweler to the Russian s: 4. FABERGE by A. Kenneth Snowman and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Fabergé. An International Loan Exhibition assembled on the occasion of the Queen`s Silver Jubilee and including objects from the Royal Collection at Sandringham. 23 June - 25 September Fabergé -.
Geza Von Habsburg-Lothringen, David Parks Curry, Faberge (Firm), New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Geza von Habsburg Published by Thames & Hudson ISBN ISBN The firm of Fabergé, jeweler to the Russian court, was founded in St. Petersburg in Expanded by the founder’s son, Peter Carl Fabergé (–), the firm became one of the most famous jewelers of the late nineteenth to early twentieth centuries. Peter Carl Fabergé (), jeweler to the Czars of Russia and the courts of Europe, created objets de fantasie which continue to be admired by laymen and serious collectors. Scholars attribute the historical success and present-day fascination with Fabergé's work to his use of the traditional objets d'art combined with "modern Price: $ Legend: Dates in red are links to the Fabergé Research Newsletter. (GvH #) Biographical data published in Habsburg, Géza von, et al. Fabergé in America (), Appendix II: Acquisitions by Americans at Fabergé’s London Shop, , pp. Entries in the monograph are supplemented with the name of the object, a brief description, inventory number, and cost.