St. Petersburg: Muzei Faberzhe, 2014. Pb. In addition to the jewelry, metalwork, and enamels by Fabergé and jewelers of other studios and workshop in Russia (e.g., Ovchinnikov), the Fabergé Museum in St. Petersburg has in its collections religious and secular paintings, wood carvings, and porcelain. This guidebook catalogues the collection, giving provenance, dates, and materials for each piece. Concise introductions provide a framework for seeing how the collection fits into the context of nineteenth- and early twentieth-century art.171 p., 22 cm, Rus. or ENGLISH. Item #3314
Chapter titles: Military Memorabilia; Russian Silver; Gifts of the Tsars, Objets de Fantasie; Jewelry, Accessories, and Clocks; Enamel Works from the Court Firm of Pavel Ovchinnikov; Enamel Works from Leading Russian Jewelry Firms: Ivan Khlebnikov, Fedor Rückert, Antip Kuzmichev; Cut Stone PIeces y the House of Fabergé and Its Contemporaries; Russian Icons; Turn of the 20th Century Russian and European Art; Russian Enamels.