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Easter Gifts of the Imperial Family Exhibited in Petersburg
23.04.2014 10:06
Easter Gifts of the Imperial Family Exhibited in Petersburg

The exhibition Easter Gifts of the Imperial Family has been opened in St. Petersburg.

      These porcelain and glass masterpieces were made by request of the imperial court in the 19th – 20th centuries. Monograms of reigning persons and State Emblems are depicted on them. The museum collection has 100 such eggs, each of them being a work of art.

      The exhibition presents twenty glass eggs.

      Easter eggs are kept in the so-called open storage. All comers can see the collection.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Easter Easter Eggs Exhibitions in Moscow   

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