The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts To Host "Fabergé Revealed"

artwork: Fabergé - "Imperial Napoleonic Egg", 1912 - Gold, enamel, diamonds, platinum, ivory velvet, silk. - Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation Collection.On view at the Virginia Museum of Fine Art in "Fabergé Revealed" from July 9th until October 2nd.

Richmond, VA.- The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) is proud to present the largest collection of Fabergé on public view in the United States. The exhibition, “Fabergé Revealed”, includes works from four collections in America, totaling more than 500 objects. It will be on view at VMFA from July 9th through October 2nd. The Russian jeweler Karl Fabergé, arguably the most famous jeweler of all time, crafted objects for the families of the last two tsars of Russia and for most of Europe’s nobility. He is best known for his Imperial Easter eggs. On exhibition from 9 July through 2 October at the VMFA.