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Re: Faberge in London
There are some lovely jewels on display, particularly the aquamarine broock belonging to Empress Alexandra, which she managed to keep hold of until it was taken from her in Tobolsk.
All the russian objects, including the Rothschild egg are still displayed.
I do wonder how they're going to return the russian objects to St Petersburg & the Kremlin.
I somehow missed the '92 exhibition, but did see the one in '77. I remember the Princes Royals riding crop being shown, not this time tho.