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

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