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Jewelry Exhibition "Treasures of St. Petersburg"
October 27, 2020 18:02


From October 29 to November 1, 2020, Princess Yusupova's Palace is hosting the famous exhibition “Treasures of St. Petersburg” bringing together the best jewelry manufacturers and craftsmen in a unique historical space. It will be interesting for both experienced connoisseurs of jewelry art and all those indifferent to beauty!
The luxurious Palace of Princess Yusupova is housing the exhibition "Treasures of St. Petersburg", with manufacturers and craftsmen from all over Russia preselaing their latest collections of jewelry. Here it will be possible to buy designer jewelry and stone carving masterpieces created by winners of international competitions.
Be sure to pay attention to genuine gemstones! There will be true rarities among them. The exhibition will feature tanzanites, star sapphires, ametrines, opals, tourmalines, Kaliningrad amber and Ural gems from several manufacturers, and much more.
The exhibition is pretty well worth visiting if you are looking for an elegant and fashionable gift. Take a closer look at branded jewelry from Europe and America, popular jewelry with pearls, hot enamel and large stones.
In addition, there will be a large selection of inexpensive silverware, youth jewelry and timeless classics. In addition, Russian craftsmen are bringing Rostov enamel, lacquer miniatures, paintings, Kubachin silver and more. Visitors will be able to get acquainted with the entertaining history of the palace and the Yusupov family as part of free excursions that will take place every day at 12 pm, 3 pm and 5 pm.
To top it all, visitors can get advice of a gemologist.
See more details and get a free invitation card on the exhibition website.
The setting of the exhibition, Princess Zinaida Yusupova Palace, harbours mysteries and stories about its historical owner… A charming and intelligent woman, Zinaida was the one about whom they say «born with a silver spoon in her mouth.” She was born in one of the richest families in Russia, she had loving parents, married her beloved one at the age of 20 to get a loving husband and then two sons ... Princess Zinaida Nikolaevna Yusupova (September 20 (October 2) 1861, St. Petersburg, Russian Empire -November 24, 1939, Paris, France) was the richest Russian heiress of her time, the last in the Yusupov family, a major philanthropist ... She was the last owner of the Arkhangelskoe Estate near Moscow before nationalization. More than that, she was the Dame of the Bavarian Order of Theresa (1880).
Yes, that's all true. However, this rich and famous lady had many challenges fallen for her lot. It was not without mysticis and tragic events here and there .
There was allegedly this curse of the Yusupovs: of all those born in the same generation of the family,only one child would live up to the age of 26 and it would continue until the entire family dies out ...

That is a glimpse into the story of this mysterious Yusupova Palace where the exhibition is taking place.
When: October 29 - November 1, 2020
Open hours: 11 am to 8 pm
Where: Princess Yusupova Palace at the address 42, Liteiny Avenue, Saint Petersburg.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Saint Petersburg Jewelry Exhibitions Russian Palaces Exhibition Fairs  

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