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Gallery: The World of Fabergé

This exhibition looks at the work of the leading Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé and includes a number of his iconic Easter eggs

'Memory of Azov' egg, created by Fabergé in 1891 © The Moscow Kremlin State Historical and Cultural Museum and Heritage Site

The current exhibition at the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien celebrates the work of Peter Carl Fabergé, Russia’s leading and most influential jeweller and goldsmith at the turn of the 20th century. With over 160 loans from Russian museums, the exhibition looks at the influence of the Imperial family on Fabergé with four Imperial Easter eggs taking centre stage. Click on any image to open the slide show.

‘The World of Fabergé’ is at the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, until 18 May 2014

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