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Re: Faberge in London
Edited by 992234277 on April 16, 2022, 1:38 pm
The one I saw wasnít great for eggs, but what was great was a lot of household items like table silver and private imperial objects for daily use. It had the huge silver wedding anniversary clock of Alexander III and the two huge danish wine coolers. There was Queen Louiseís crochet hook and lots of items from European royal collection. I think I preferred it to this one though the eggs were amazing and Iím glad I saw it. The mauve enamel presentation box was especially magnificent and that was at the last exhibition also. I did notice that there were items on display that I noticed from the documentary about Prince Philip, that were in his library and on his desk.