Successors of Faberge in Ural Museum



20 May, 2018 was the starting date of the “Successors of Faberge. Stone in Russian Art” exhibition in the Museum of Stone - Сutting and Jewellery Art History, Ekaterinburg.

65 exhibitors from all over the Great Ural gathered to show more than 400 unique items of stone- carving, jewellery and fine art of the 18th - early 21st centuries.

Awarded with International orders of the Memorial Fund of Carl Faberge, MOISEIKIN Jewellery House presented 3 exclusive items: "Tzar Alexei Mikhailovich" stone-carving object, made in 3D mosaic technique; the "Secrets of the Forest" art object and the "Conversation" interior clock.

Viktor Moiseikin, the owner of the Company, said that it was the second museum project, MOISEIKIN Jewellery House took part in, which provided an opportunity for a public dialogue on collecting, eternal values and mass culture in the global society. Having organized the event, the Museum got a brilliant chance to promote Ekaterinburg and the Sverdlovsk region as a center of stone- carving and jewellery art both in Russia and abroad, as well as to attract new visitors to see the masterpieces from their repository.

The exhibition will run till the 19th September, 2018.


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