Until 8th May 2022
At Victoria and Albert Museum, London
The Victoria and Albert Museum presents more than 200 objects that show the career of Carl Fabergé’s jeweller. Although he is considered the designer par excellence of the Russian Imperial family, for whom the famous Fabergé Easter eggs were created, this exhibition focuses on the branch that opened in London in 1903. This branch was to give rise to friendly competition with the House of Cartier, which also had a branch in London headed by Jacques Cartier.