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Disclamer - Credits and sources


"Fabergé Eggs, A Retrospective Encyclopedia"
Will Lowes and Christel Ludewig McCanless

"Fabergé and His Works, An Annotated Bibliography of the
First Century of his Art"
Christel Ludewig McCanless

"Fabergé in the Royal collection"
Caroline de Guitaut

"Carl Fabergé Goldsmith to the Imperial court of Russia"
A. Kenneth Snowman

"Materpieces from the House of Fabergé"
Alexander von Solodkoff

"Golden Years of Fabergé"
Drawings and Objects from the Wigström Workshop

"Carl Fabergé, First Impressions"
Géza von Habsburg

"Fabergé: Lost and Found,
The Recently Discovered Jewelry Designs from
The St. Petersburg Archives"
A. Kenneth Snowman

"Nicolaas Alexandra, het laatste Tsarenpaar"
Hermitage Amsterdam, Waanders Uitgevers, Zwolle

"Fabergé - Die Kaiserlichen Prunkeier"
Prestel Verlag 2003

"Fabergé: Treasures of Imperial Russia"
Géza von Habsburg
Published by the Link of Times Foundation

"Masterpieces of Fabergé"
The Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation Collection
New Orleans Museam of Art

"Fabergé Gestern und Heute"
Géza von Habsburg

"Fabergé Juwelier van de Romanovs"
Uitgave ter gelegenheid van de Europalia 2005

"Fabergé and the Russian Jewellers"
Wartsli - London

"The Fabergé Imperial Easter Eggs"
Tatiana Fabergé, Lynette G. Proler, Valentin V. Skurlov
Christie's 2000


Theasures of the World

Alexander Palace Time Machine

Russian Arts.Com

Matt & Andrej Koymasky

Russian National Museum

State Hermitage Museum
(Link no longer valid)

The Link of Times Cultural-Historical Foundation

Hermitage Amsterdam

The Royal Collection

Europalia Brussels

St. Petersburg Collection

Fondation Edouard et Maurice Sandoz


Toby Faber
Faberge's Eggs: The Extraordinary Story of the Masterpieces That Outlived an Empire -


Moscow Kremlin Collection

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Richmond, Bequest of Lillian Thomas Pratt

The Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation
New Orleans Museum of Art

The Royal Collection, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

The Marjorie Merriweather Post Collection
at Hillwood Museum & Gardens, Washington, DC

The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Maryland USA

The India Early Minshall Collection
Cleveland Museum of Art

Fersman Mineralogical Museum

Fabergé Museum Baden-Baden (Germany)

Museumlinks (other)

The State Hermitage Museum
Sint Petersburg

Hermitage Amsterdam



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Visitors who want to read experts info on the Fabergé Eggs, are advised to read the well-researched book on Fabergé Eggs: "Fabergé Eggs, A Retrospective Encyclopedia" Will Lowes and Christel Ludewig McCanless.


Updated: January 8, 2019