Russian jewelers now working in the United States create these small treasures inspired by the jeweled eggs made by Peter Carl Fabergé for Tsar Alexander III in the late 19th century. Gold-plated sterling silver is hand-enameled, then each sparkling Swarovski crystal is added by hand.
Made in U.S.A. 24-karat-gold-plated sterling silver with Swarovski crystals. 1 3/8"L.
At the turn of the 20th century, the
artistic movement known as Art Nouveau took hold in cities across Europe. Inspired by the natural world, jewelers working in the Art Nouveau styleknown as Jugendstil to German speakers and Stile Liberty ...
The Mughal court’s passion for gemstones fueled a
world-renowned jewelry-making tradition in Jaipur, India, that continues to this day. These petite, gold-vermeil earrings combine faceted ruby, sapphire, green onyx, carnelian, peridot, and labradorite in homage to Mughal opulence.
In the late 19th century, Russia's Tsar Alexander
III commissioned Peter Carl Fabergé to make a golden egg for the Tsar's wife. The Tsarina was so enamored with the egg that she commissioned Fabergé to make dozens more for the ...