|Fabergé… Who does not know this name? For a long time it has been a synonym for elegance and the highest skill, splendour and luxury. Fabergé was the largest jewellery enterprise in Russia in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, with branches in Moscow, Odessa, Kiev and also London. The business manufactured a huge amount of various goods from jewellery and articles of precious stone to cutlery and silver utensils. There were unique works of art, never repeated, as well as products tailored for a wide range of clients amongst the items produced by the firm. However, it is the Easter eggs containing surprises made to order for the Russian emperors Alexander III and Nicholas II that brought fame and worldwide recognition to Fabergé.|
|We are going to tell you about the Victoria & Albert Museum, one of the world’s best museums of art and design, located in Cromwell Road in London. Admission to the museum is free, however some thematic exhibitions and events may carry a separate charge. Broadly, this museum is an ideal place for those wanting to see works of art of Russian origin or precious things belonging to the Russian tsars without having to leave London.|
|You never know where and when you can find truly amazing things. It is probable that even some residents of Great Britain are unaware of the magnificent collection of works of art belonging to the British royal family which is held in one of the residences of their beloved Queen Elizabeth – in Buckingham Palace.|
The Museum is working increasingly in and with Russia with projects including touring exhibitions and sharing expertise, knowledge and collections with museum partners.