The names of Carl Faberge and Feodor Rückert are practically synonyms of Russian jewelry art. The Moscow Kremlin Museums welcome you to see the amazing creations of these two masters, as well as several leading companies at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries.
About 400 items created by the virtuoso court jeweler Karl Fabergé and the talented enamel painter Feodor Rückert, who worked for Faberge, are displayed in the exhibition halls of the Assumption Belfry and the Patriarchal Palace, located on the territory of the Moscow Kremlin.
Jewellery pieces made at the turn of the 19th - 20th centuries have been provided for exhibiting by more than 20 museums and collectors. In addition to Rückert and Faberge jewellery, visitors will see the works of a number of famous Russian studios and factories.
Here you will see a wide variety of enamels. Of great interest are products with enamel copies of
paintings by famous artists. Lots of items at the exhibition are of both artistic and historical value.
Where: Assumption Belfry and the Patriarchal Palace in Moscow Kremlin.
When: Oct 9, 2020 - Jan 10, 2020
Open hours: 10 am to 5 pm on Mon-Wed, Fri-Sun
Author: Vera Ivanova