Exhibits returned

The masterpieces of the House of Fabergé, including the Imperial Easter eggs—the Moscow Kremlin, Alexander Palace, and Romanov Tercentenary—are unpacked and put in a showcase placed in the Russian Jewellery Art of the 17th – Early 20th-century hall in the Armoury Chamber. 

The Fabergé in London: Romance to Revolution exhibition, which took place at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, ended on the 8th of May. The display featured two hundred and fifty works from state and private collections, counting six creations by the House of Faberge. 

The exhibition has finished its work within timeframes. And just in time, according to the initial agreements, the curators checked and took back the objects from our collection and then successfully brought them back to the museum. The works returned in the same state of conservation they were in before they were handed over, and almost six months later, they took their place among the other Fabergé masterpieces,” marked Elena Gagarina, director-general of the Moscow Kremlin Museums.