Fabergé in London: Romance to RevolutionThis exhibition, curated by our own Kieran McCarthy, will explore master goldsmith Carl Fabergé – whose internationally recognised firm symbolised Russian craftsmanship, luxury and elegance – and the Anglo-Russian relationship which saw the opening of a London branch in 1903.
The Imperial Constellation Egg by FabergéThe design source for the unfinished and last Fabergé Imperial Easter egg
A New Acquisition for The Gilbert CollectionA previously unknown work by Johann Christian Neuber is acquired by The Gilbert Collection.
Easter Egg Hunt
Where is the missing Fabergé Nécessaire Egg?A potentially vital clue to finding the missing Necessaire Egg is uncovered by an eagle eyed researcher.
MFA Boston Acquire Coburg EagleThe first of the Coburg Eagle brooches gifted at the wedding of Queen Victoria to Prince Albert to enter the collection of an American museum.
The Soberton Armlet,An Important and rare late bronze age solid gold penannular bracelet, late Bronze Age (c.1100-800 BC)
A new Fabergé mark.Kieran McCarthy writes about his discovery of a previously unrecorded mark used by Carl Fabergé.
Designers & Jewellery 1850 –1940: Jewellery & Metalwork from The Fitzwilliam Museum.Wartski was delighted to sponsor The Fitzwilliam Museum to publish a cataolgue of jewellery and silverwork from their collection.