Unknown Fabergé: New Finds and Rediscoveries
Includes a tour, a reception, and a talk by Museum of Russian Art Director Vladimir von Tsurikov. Limited to 15. Cost: $20 (HCM members), $25 (nonmembers), free to Current Students, New and Recent Graduate members.
This exhibition at The Museum of Russian Art features a rich array of objects produced by the Fabergé jewelry firm in the late 19th–early 20th century. It reveals the art of Fabergé through more than eighty beautifully crafted pieces, many of them previously unknown. Distinguished by classic elegance and exquisite workmanship, Fabergé’s renowned works made abundant use of gold, silver, precious and semi-precious stones, as well as colorful enamels. Many of the masterpieces on display are rich in historical references.
The Museum of Russian Art is a wonderful small museum is located at the corner of Diamond Lake Road and 35W.
Please arrive at 5:30. The tour will start shortly afterwards.