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Peter Carl Fabergé may be best known as the father of Fabergé eggs—those nonpareil Easter eggs originally commissioned by Russia’s emperor—but the jeweler’s work in fact comes in a vivid array of shapes and sizes. A selection of it can be found at the forthcoming exhibit “Celebrating Royal Fabergé – The Return” at A La Vieille Russie, the long-running gallery dedicated to Russian antiques. While rooted in Russian aristocracy, the curios reflect the global legacy of Fabergé, featuring a diverse range of designs sourced from far-reaching collections—including that of the British monarchy.
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