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Fabergé

The Royal Collection contains the largest and most significant collection in the world of works by the Russian goldsmith and jeweller Carl Fabergé (1846 – 1920). Close links between the Russian, Danish and British royal families led to a constant exchange of Fabergé as gifts on birthdays, anniversaries and at Christmas.

Anders Johansson Nevalainen (1858-1933)

Frame with a miniature of Queen Alexandra (1844-1925)

Henrik Emanuel Wigström (1862-1923)

Imperial presentation box

Mikhail Evlampievich Perkhin (1860-1903)

Card box

Henrik Emanuel Wigström (1862-1923)

Frame with an enamelled view of Durham Cathedral

Henrik Emanuel Wigström (1862-1923)

Frame with an enamelled view of Sandringham House

Johann Victor Aarne (1863-1934)

Notebook

Henrik Emanuel Wigström (1862-1923)

Bonbonnière with a view of Balmoral Castle

Henrik Emanuel Wigström (1862-1923)

The Colonnade Egg

Mikhail Evlampievich Perkhin (1860-1903)

Frame with miniature of Tsarina Marie Feodorovna

Fabergé

Elephant

Mikhail Evlampievich Perkhin (1860-1903)

Cockatoo on a Perch

Henrik Emanuel Wigström (1862-1923)

Capercaillie

Fabergé

Iron Duke

Johann Victor Aarne (1863-1934)

Beaker

Fabergé

Pen rest

Henrik Emanuel Wigström (1862-1923)

Desk clock

August Wilhelm Holmström (1829-1903)

Powder box

Feodor E. Rückert (b. 1840)

Kovsh

Mikhail Evlampievich Perkhin (1860-1903)

Miniature piano in the Louis XVI Style

August Wilhelm Holmström (1829-1903)

The Mosaic Egg