Faberg's Eggs: One Man's Masterpieces and the End of an Empire
Publish date: March 6th 2009
Publisher: Pan Publishing
Pages no: 273
Edition language: English
Faber seems to lost interest after the fall of the Czars, but who can blame him. It's also rather strange that he seems more concerned about Faberge's sons reaction to their father's activities outside of marriage, and not so much interested in their mother's.Still, it is a rather good book and does...
Bought at the DIAs Faberge exhibit.
I've been fascinated in the Imperial Faberge eggs since I first played Shadow Hearts: Covenant. One of the party members is Anastasia Romanov (yes, really) and her weapons are Faberge eggs (yes, really!). I was surprised at how many of them were (however loosely) based on real Imperial eggs. I reall...
A look at the collection of Imperial Easter Eggs that were made by Carl Faberge, who they were for, and even more interesting, what happened to them after the Russian Revolution. Terrific read that isn't too heavy, and rather exciting. While some of it is redundant, and will be not that interesting ...
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