Dedicated to the Artistry of Carl Fabergé (1846-1920)
St. Petersburg Shop, ca. 1910 Fabergé's Palette
History of the Firm

Imperial Court Jeweler until 1917 to the Russian Tsars Alexander III (1845-1894) and his consort, Marie Fedorovna, and Nicholas II (1868-1918) and Alexandra Fedorovna

The House of Fabergé was founded in 1842 by Gustav Fabergé (1814-1893) in Pernau, Estonia. It blossomed under his son Carl Fabergé who took over the St. Petersburg family jewelry business in 1872. Branches in Moscow, Kiev, Odessa, and a sales-only branch in London (1903-1917) catered to elite clientele worldwide. The famous Easter eggs and decorative objects made between 1885 and 1917 are displayed in permanent and traveling museum exhibitions, are sold by reputable dealers and leading auction houses, and have been treasured by collectors for over a hundred years.
Plaster Bust of Carl Fabergé by Joseph Limburg
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Plaster Bust of Carl Fabergé by Joseph Limburg (1874-1955)
(Collection Tatiana Fabergé)
Reference Publications for Fabergé Enthusiasts

Auctions & Dealers
Audio-Visuals (1970 to the present)
Authentic Fabergé, Fauxbergé ... What Is It?
Bibliography (1930 to the present)
Collectors: An Almanach de Fabergé
Eggs
Exhibitions
Fabergé Research Newsletters
Workmasters
Lilies of the Valley
Lilies of the Valley, 1898
Fabergé Research Newsletter Editors

Christel Ludewig McCanless

Fabergé and His Works: An Annotated Bibliography of the First Century of His Art, 1994
Fabergé Eggs: A Retrospective Encyclopedia, 2001 (co-author)

Annemiek Wintraecken

Fabergé's Imperial Easter Eggs