By Snezana
177 days ago

Peter Carl Fabergé

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February in 1917. The Bolshevik revolution knocking at the door of the imperial family. Mart 1917. The last Tsar of Russia, Nicholas II Romanov forced to abdikciju. Death came by Tsarist Russia, a little over a year later comes the royal family. Upon approval of Lenin and the Bolsheviks on the night between 17 and 18 July 1918, executed by the Emperor and Empress, and their four daughters and one son. The youngest daughter, Anastasia has not survived, although he did not kill the first shot. But others did. Crtaći lie.

From the moment when the imperial family were taken from St Petersburg (except Maria Feodorovna who managed to escape to his native Denmark), the fate of various patterns eggs hand. Some of them were taken to the Kremlin, some stolen, some resold among the rest of the bourgeoisie, let the Bolsheviks, and some, appears to be lost forever. Of the 50 imperial eggs made (some sources claim, and 52, and some even 54) survived to this day it is 43. The latter is found primarily 2, when the lucky Americans bought at a flea market Thirdly imperial egg to dry the value of materials used made around $ 13,000. The value of the egg is now $ 33 million. This distinctly American went well, and believe it or not, this story is true. So the next time you cleared the passage through the tone of British shirt worn superior quality at a flea market, see that somewhere among them does not cover what a golden egg.

From hand to hand, from hand to hand Michael Forbes: The man behind the magazine Forbes, the life was the owner of the largest private collections of imperial Fabergé eggs. Now it Vokselberg Viktor, a Russian billionaire, that purchased the entire Forbes collection not only eggs, but other items Houses Faberge. However, Viktor is not a miser, and all his eggs (9 imperial and non-imperial circumstances under which) are exposed to the public at the Museum of Faberge in St. Petersburg. While in St. Petersburg, and drop to the Hermitage, where he keeps only one egg and non-imperial circumstances, but it was delivered to the museum by Vladimir Putin, making it the least bit imperial. While in Russia, and stop to Moscow – the Kremlin keeps another 10 imperial eggs erected on 10cm spacing in dark-lit glass case, on the green homespun fabric, reminiscent of the dirty pool table.

Sorry brothers are accustomed to wealth, while 10 Fabergé eggs lined up with less effort than chicken eggs A card class. The rest of the eggs is scattered in private collections the world. Yet, collectors prefer to praise their figurehead, and she often found at shows or even on permanent display in museums (such as the Metropolitan Opera in New York). One BBC journalist, said that it had never occurred to me that Peter Carl Fabergé was the Damien Hirst of his time, until he saw the glow of the live eggs. The whole world was turning to Hearst 2007. For the Love of God, a skull covered with diamonds, whose construction cost 14 million pounds. A century ago, the whole world was turning to Faberžeovim eggs. A turning up today. Herst magnified skull as a symbol of death, Faberge egg as a symbol of the beginning. Hearst, however, that the witness was not able to sell this work. Faberge eggs sold and to an emperor. He also initiated and Faberge fad, and they and other members of the European bourgeoisie wanted their wives processed expensive Easter presents, and thus created several neimperijalnih eggs.

Although the production of Fabergé eggs cost less than making the skull, their true value is not only reflected in the expenditure of materials (gold, silver, diamonds and precious stones), not in the cult brand Faberge, but the master Craft and sophisticated design.Karl was a man who tamed kitsch, kitsch a given form. *** The egg on the cover photograph is called the Lily of the Valley (1898) and is subject to desire the most beautiful British bandits, Thomas Shelby, ringleader Peaky Blinders from the eponymous series. diamonds and precious stones), not in the cult brand Faberge, but the master Craft and sophisticated design. Karl was a man who tamed kitsch, kitsch a given form. *** The egg on the cover photograph is called the Lily of the Valley (1898) and is subject to desire the most beautiful British bandits, Thomas Shelby, ringleader Peaky Blinders from the eponymous series. diamonds and precious stones), not in the cult brand Faberge, but the master Craft and sophisticated design. Karl was a man who tamed kitsch, kitsch a given form. *** The egg on the cover photograph is called the Lily of the Valley (1898) and is subject to desire the most beautiful British bandits, Thomas Shelby, ringleader Peaky Blinders from the eponymous series.

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soncee Excellent artikle
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Snezana @soncee thank you
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maca1 Mnogu lep artikl
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viktorija64 Excellent artikle
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Shavkat Nice article
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indexer There is some interesting information here, but I do so wish that your English was easier to understand!
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DAIANAGABAR So beautiful post
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Melsdename Amazing article
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Nevena83 prelepooo
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Deliana Great historical article!
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