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Fabergé, court jeweler to the Tsars

GeМЃza von Habsburg

Fabergé, court jeweler to the Tsars

by GeМЃza von Habsburg

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Published by Rizzoli in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fabergé, Peter Carl, 1846-1920.,
  • Fabergé (Firm)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementG. von Habsburg-Lothringen, A. von Solodkoff ; [English translation, J. A. Underwood].
    ContributionsSolodkoff, A. von, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNK5698.F3 H313
    The Physical Object
    Pagination171 p. :
    Number of Pages171
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4430982M
    ISBN 100847802442
    LC Control Number79064335
    OCLC/WorldCa5990780

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Fabergé. Court Jeweler of the Tsars book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.3/5(2). Fabergé, court jeweler to the Tsars. New York: Rizzoli, (OCoLC) Named Person: Peter Carl Fabergé; Faberže Karl Gustavovič; Peter Carl Fabergé: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Géza von Habsburg; A von Solodkoff.

Get this from a library. Fabergé, court jeweler to the tsars. [Géza von Habsburg; A von Solodkoff] -- Discusses the history, style, techniques, rivals and imitators of Faberge's designer jewelry, including a photographic catalog of his Easter eggs.

Faberge: Court Jeweler to the Tsars (English and German Edition) by G. von Habsburg-Lothringen, A. von Solodkoff and a great selection of related books, art. Libraries closed through at least May 4 - All Library locations and book drops are closed until at least May dates are extended until we reopen, so please keep your Library materials for now.

And don’t worry, we won’t suspend your account or charge you for late items. The House of Fabergé (French pronunciation: ; Russian: Дом Фаберже) is a jewellery firm founded in in Saint Petersburg, Russia, by Gustav Faberge, using the accented name Fabergé.

Gustav's sons, Peter Carl and Agathon, and grandsons followed him in running the business until it was nationalised by the Bolsheviks in The firm was famous for designing elaborate jewel. Condition: Book is Very Fine, Like New. Pages are crisp and clean, and binding is tight, No marks Illustrated with Photographs and Illustrations, 51 color plates and black-and-white.

Faberge: Court Jeweler to the Tsars by Habsburg-Lothringen and Solodkoff is the truly amazing story of the truly amazing products of the. The Court Jeweller Bringing you sparkling heirloom jewels of royal and noble families from across the globe Pages Home About Press Resources Commenting The Tiarapedia 19 August Scandinavian Sparkler Spectacular: Josefina Diamond vs Norwegian Amethyst.

Fabergé, Court Jeweler to the Tsars by G. von Habsburg-Lothringen and A. von Solodkoff. New York: Tabard Press, First edition hardcover with dust jacket. A book. When it comes to jewelers of the Russian Imperial court, the first name to be mentioned is of course Faberge, which produced gem-encrusted Easter eggs, cigarette cases made of precious metals, and.

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von Solodkoff. New York: Rizzoli. Peter Carl Fabergé, original name Karl Gustavovich Fabergé, (born May 18 [ New Style],St. Petersburg, Russia—died SeptemLausanne, Switzerland), one of the greatest goldsmiths, jewelers, and designers in Western decorative arts and jeweler to the Russian imperial court.

Of Huguenot descent and a son of a St. Petersburg jeweler, Fabergé was trained in St. After discovering Rubin’s activities, the Fabergé family decided to settle out of court so as to avoid high legal fees. Rubin paid just US$25, to use their name solely for perfume.

Samuel Rubin sold Fabergé Inc to George Barrie’s cosmetic company Rayette for US$26 million. The combined company was called Rayette-Fabergé Inc.

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"Jewels of the Tsars," the first book to examine the familys unparalleled collection, is illustrated with extraordinary photographs taken under special conditions at the Kremlins Diamond Fund, and accompanied by 18th- and 19th-century portraits and photogr/5(10). Welcome to Fabergé - Explore the world of Fabergé and discover incredible fine jewellery creations and collections, including stunning Fabergé eggs and jeweled egg pendants.

The Romanov court jeweler, Bolin, makes her a tiara of interlocking diamond circles, set in gold and silver, with pear-shaped pearl drops.

The piece becomes known as the "Vladimir Tiara." Miechen's jewel collection grows quickly, as does her extravagant court circle, and she becomes a rival to the other Romanov women. Buy Jewels of the Tsars: The Romanovs & Imperial Russia 01 by HRH Prince Michael of Greece (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s:. Fabergé – the name carries special significance even today.

It is inextricably linked with the glamour of pre-revolution Russia. Fabergé’s expensive Easter eggs, produced for the Tsar’s family and other high society figures of the 19th century, represent a magical era in goldsmithing.

The Great Imperial Crown was crafted for Catherine II's coronation in and was used until It has a cleft at the center, both sides of which are bordered by large white pearls and crown contains almost diamonds in total and is topped with a large, red spinel gemstone (see image, top). The diamond and pearl tiara was commissioned by the Duchess Vladimir from the Romanov court jeweler Bolin.

The Duchess, born Marie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, joined the Romanov dynasty in when.