The world’s largest collection of Carl Fabergé masterpieces in the Shuvalov Palace of St. Petersburg
The museum holds the world’s largest collection of Carl Fabergé masterpieces and an exceptional of Russian decorative arts, which today contain more than 4000 works and are considered to be one of the best collections in the word.
The most famous items in Fabergé Museum are the nine Easter Eggs created for Alexander III and Nicholas II, the last of the Russian Emperors. These exquisite pieces are not only examples of the highest artistic skill in jewellery, but they are also historic testimonials that give insight into the lives of Russia’s Imperial Family.
The collection includes all the directions in which the House of Fabergé worked: Objets de Fantaisie, jewellery, silverware, interior and religion objects.
Henrik Wickström (1862-1923) Finnish workmaster at Faberge.