Fabergé Exhibit at Frick Art and Historical Center

When one thinks of  Fabergé, the jeweled eggs created between 1885 and 1917 by Russian jeweler Peter Karl Fabergé come to mind.

One hundred Fabergé Hodges Family Collection pieces will be on display at Pittsburgh’s Frick Art and Historical Center. The exhibit opens Sunday, October 23 and runs through January 12, 2012

Fabergé isn’t limited to its famous eggs, however. Many collections include boxes, figurines, fine jewelry, tableware, clocks, frames, and other treasures

Fabergé: The Hodges Family Collection is organized by the New Orleans Museum. Additional exhibition details may be found here.


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