|Australia Tour, 1996
||Brussels Venue, 2005/6
(Checking exhibition status in advance is advised.)
- Baltimore, Maryland.
Walters Art Museum
- Cleveland, Ohio.
Cleveland Museum of Art
- Houston, Texas. Houston Museum of Natural Science
Closing January 8, 2017 with a new installation of a rotating collection opening in the McFerrin Galleries on April 10, 2017.
Royal Collection of Queen Elizabeth II
is only shown from time to time during temporary exhibitions.
- Moscow, Russia.
Fersman Mineralogical Museum
(Select Fabergé's Stone Art)
- Moscow, Russia.
Kremlin Armoury Museum (Non-museum
website featuring the Fabergé eggs)
- New York City. Metropolitan Museum of Art
Fabergé from the Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation Collection
extended indefinitely after its previously announced closing on
November 27, 2016!
- Richmond, Virginia.
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
- St. Petersburg, Russia. Fabergé Museum with the
The Link of Times Collection
- St. Petersburg, Russia.
Fabergé Collection Moved to the General Staff Building,
State Hermitage Museum
- Vaduz, Treasure Chamber of the
Liechtenstein National Museum has the
Apple Blossom Egg by Fabergé on permanent display.
- Washington, District of Columbia.
Hillwood Museum, Estate and Gardens
(Exhibition dates change, checking in advance is advised.)
- October 8, 2016 - February 26, 2017 The Museum of Russian
Art, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Unknown Fabergé: New Finds and Rediscoveries
More than 80 Fabergé objects, many of them with Imperial
provenances, will be displayed in the context of their personal story or
role in the life of society at that time. An exhibition catalog will be
- October 2017 Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland
and the Russian Craft Tradition (working title)
Objects collected by Henry Walters
(1848-1931), art collector and founder of the museum, gifts from the
Jean M. Ridell Collection, and a necklace from a private collection will
be showcased. The 1901 Gatchina Palace and the 1907 Rose Trellis eggs by
Fabergé will be shown. A scholarly catalog is planned.
- Houston, Texas - The Houston Museum of Natural Science
After the closing of the current Fabergé exhibition at the museum on January 8,
2017, a new Artie and Dorothy McFerrin Gallery with a rotating Fabergé
collection will be unveiled and opened to the public on April 10, 2017.
The highlight of the new exhibition (for a limited time only) will be
the 1892 Diamond Trellis Egg reunion with its surprise, an
elephant from the Collection of Queen Elizabeth II.
DATE CHANGE! - March 22, 2017 6:30 - 8:00 pm Lecture by Caroline de Guitaut, Senior Curator, Royal Collection
April 7-9, 2017 Open to Museum Members ONLY