Thu, 28 Apr



FABERGÉ EXHIBITION AT V&A : Romance to Revolution

This exhibition explores master goldsmith, Carl Fabergé – the man behind the internationally recognised firm symbolising Russian craftsmanship, luxury and elegance – and the Anglo-Russian relationship which saw the opening of a London branch in 1903. Book your ticket as soon as possible

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FABERGÉ EXHIBITION AT V&A : Romance to Revolution

Date - Time - Location

28 Apr, 10:00 – 12:15 BST

London, Cromwell Rd, London SW7 2RL, UK

Meeting Point

Among other things, Fabergé are particularly known for their extravagant jewel-encrusted eggs, many of which were made for Russian Tsars. Highlights in the exhibition include The Alexander Palace Egg (1908) and the Romanov Tercentenary Egg (1913). With just a small selection of eggs being made and few remaining today, they are a highly desired collector’s items and a symbol of wealth and decadence.

Other objects in the exhibition include a decorated cigarette case, an ‘ice crystal’ pendant and many more intricately decorated items.

Book tickets AS SOON AS POSSIBLE for the visit at 10.00am,

Meeting in the front of the main entrance  at 10 am