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Peter Carl Faberge (1846–1920)

Author of Faberge and the Russian Master Goldsmiths

Includes the names: ̌ Peter Carl Faberg, Peter Carl Fabergé

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The House of Fabergé was the largest jewelry business in late 19th-century Russia and produced many beautiful objets ranging from silverware to cigarette cases to jewelry to other decorative arts. However, Carl Peter Fabergé is best known for the elaborate Imperial Easter Eggs he designed and created each year for Tsar Nicholas II, each one containing a surprise inside.
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