Peter Carl Fabergé, the most celebrated Russian master jeweller of the late 19th and early 20th century, bequeathed to the world a treasure trove of dazzling works of art. A marriage of multiple cultures, his colourful Easter eggs were created using the most modern technology of that era. Together with other treasures of Imperial Russia, the Fabergé Easter eggs continue to capture the world’s affections.
6 February 2013 (Wednesday)
4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Seminar Room, Hong Kong Heritage Museum
“Fabergé: Legacy of Imperial Russia” exhibition venue (Thematic Galleries 1 and 2, Hong Kong Heritage Museum)
Tatiana Muntyan (Curator, Kremlin Museums)
This programme will be conducted in Russian with English interpretation. Free with valid tickets to the “Fabergé: Legacy of Imperial Russia” Special Exhibition.