More Fabergé preciousness from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond. Collected by Lillian Thomas Pratt after the revolution for me to share with you.

Loving cup. 1899-1908.
Loving cup. 1899-1908. Russian. Fedor Rücker workmaster for Fabergé. Photo credit: Travis Fullerton. © Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond. Fair use license. via http://www.okmag.com/blog/2015/06/15/faberge-jeweler-to-the-tsars/
Miniature Easter egg pendant. Undated.
Miniature Easter egg pendant. Undated. Russian. Chalcedony, gold and diamond. Mikhail Perkhin, workmaster for Fabergé. chalcedony, gold, diamond. Photo credit: Travis Fullerton. © Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Fair use license. via https://detroit.cbslocal.com/photo-galleries/2012/12/12/dia-hosts-faberge-the-rise-and-fall/
Bratina. Undated.
Bratina. Undated. Russian. Silver gilt, enamel and gemstones. Julius Rappoport, workmaster for Fabergé. Photo credit: Travis Fullerton. © Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Fair use license. via https://detroit.cbslocal.com/photo-galleries/2012/12/12/dia-hosts-faberge-the-rise-and-fall/
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One thought on “More Fabergé preciousness from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond. Collected by Lillian Thomas Pratt after the revolution for me to share with you.

  1. An exquisite collection of delicate, ornamental beauty! The Easter Egg pendant is perhaps my most beloved. Rapturous. Truly.

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