Faberge Art Photos

The House of Fabergé was a St. Petersburg, Russia jewelry firm (1842-1918) by Gustav Faberge and continued by his son Peter Carl Fabergé. They were famous for their elaborate jewel-encrusted Fabergé eggs and other silver and gold work.

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Silver tea service & wooden table by Peter Carl Fabergé of Saint Petersburg, Russia at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Silver tea service by Peter Carl Fabergé of Saint Petersburg, Russia at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Two Russian-style Kovsh ladle cups in jade + gold with gems & silver both by Peter Carl Fabergé of Saint Petersburg at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Silver notepaper case by Peter Carl Fabergé of Saint Petersburg, Russia at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.
Silver tea service & wooden table (c1900) by Peter Carl Fabergé of Saint Petersburg, Russia at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Silver tea service (c1900) by Peter Carl Fabergé of Saint Petersburg, Russia at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Two Russian-style Kovsh ladle cups (1896-1908) in jade + gold with gems & silver both by Peter Carl Fabergé of Saint Petersburg at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Silver notepaper case (1899-1908) by Peter Carl Fabergé of Saint Petersburg, Russia at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.
Topaz & gold vase by workshop of Peter Carl Fabergé of St. Petersburg at Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn, NY.Russian silver & enamel tea service pieces by House of Fabergé at Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH.

Topaz & gold vase (c1896) by workshop of Peter Carl Fabergé of St. Petersburg at Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn, NY.Russian silver & enamel tea service pieces (before 1896) by House of Fabergé at Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH.


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