The Fabergé Museum is the first of its kind to devote itself to the life’s work of Carl Fabergé. The complete spectrum of his work is represented in this unique collection beginning with the famous imperial Easter eggs for the Tsar’s family through to the exquisite pieces of jewellery and high quality everyday items from the time of the First World War.
Among the many exhibits are the world’s largest collection of luxurious cigarette cases and a wide variety of miniature animals made from precious stones. Works by recognized, contemporary master goldsmiths such as Bolin, Boucheron, Cartier, Ovtschinikov, Sazikov, Chlebnikov, and Falite ensure that all observers will be impressed. In addition to this, the museum has an extensive and ever growing archive which holds a number of valuable treasures in the form of photographs and original personal documents relating to Carl Fabergé and his master craftsmen.
The museum also takes you on a fascinating journey through the ‘golden age’ of craftsmanship towards the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century.