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Art of Faberge by John Booth
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Art of Faberge

by John Booth

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Beautifuuly illustrated. Featuring the Imperial Easter Eggs as well as other objects.
  estover | May 15, 2007 |
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The extraordinary success of Peter Carl Fabergé in his lifetime and the fact that he is remembered when other excellent craftsmen have been forgotten can be explained in a number of ways: his work reflects the highest traditions of European applied art, he used only the finest materials and employed the best craftsmen to carry out his ideas, and, finally, there is a crucial element that distinguishes his work from that of others--a unique quality that has come to be expressed in one word -- Fabergé.
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Featuring the infamous Imperial eggs, along with flowers, figurines, cigaretteboxes, opera glasses, scent bottles and even bell pushes, this book examines today's great Faberg collections.

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