On Saturday, November 12, Dr. Karen Kettering presented "The Afterlife of Fabergé: Fauxbergé and More" as a part of the Russian History Museum's Second Saturday online lecture series. Over a century after the firm of Fabergé was forced to shutter its business, [...]
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The Afterlife of Fabergé: Fauxbergé and More An online lecture by Dr. Karen Kettering Over a century after the firm of Fabergé was forced to shutter its business, its name is known worldwide and continues to attract thousands of visitors to museum exhibitions, auctions, and [...]
Nicholas Nicholson, Curator Another Narrow Escape Princess Vera Konstantinovna of Russia had only thirty minutes to pack her things and leave the castle of Altenburg in Germany where she had lived since 1938. The Soviet forces could arrive at any [...]
On April 22nd, the Russian History Museum's Executive Director Michael Perekrestov and Curator Nick Nicholson presented this inaugural livestream event. Their discussion was centered around a striking silver presentation box by the firm of Fabergé, decorated with Egyptian figures, enameled coats of [...]
On Thursday, April 15, the Russian History Museum presented its inaugural Collecting Stories conversation. Collecting Stories is a new program in which curator Nick Nicholson and other members of RHM staff are able to have live, in-person conversations with collectors, curators, scholars, and notable members of the Russian [...]
On April 10th, Deputy Surveyor of The Queen’s Works of Art at Royal Collection Trust Caroline de Guitaut presented "Fabergé: From the Romanovs to Royalty. Assembling the British Royal Collection of a Russian Master Goldsmith." This presentation was part of the Russian History Museum's [...]
The Russian History Museum is pleased to announce that April's online programming is dedicated to exploring the artistry and genius of the court jeweler to the tsars, the Firm of Karl Fabergé. Three programs will focus on the work of the firm, highlighting a masterpiece [...]
Collecting Stories: The McFerrin Fabergé Collection An exclusive online conversation The McFerrin Fabergé Collection, currently numbering over 600 pieces, is among the largest private collections of Fabergé in the world. Join us for an exclusive conversation with Dorothy McFerrin and Jennifer McFerrin-Bohner, collectors and keepers [...]
Unlocking Baron Mestmacher's Fabergé Coffer Livestream chat Among our museum's most striking pieces is a silver presentation box by the firm of Fabergé, decorated with Egyptian figures, enameled coats of arms, and an engraved dedication to Baron Mestmacher. What's the story behind this coffer? Who [...]
Fabergé: From the Romanovs to Royalty. Assembling the British Royal Collection of a Russian Master Goldsmith An online lecture by Caroline de Guitaut The British Royal Collection contains the pre-eminent collection of works by the Russian master goldsmith and jeweler, Carl Fabergé. In scale, quality, [...]