FABERGE IN LONDON: The British Branch of the Imperial Russian Goldsmith
Using previously unreferenced sources and a newly discovered archive of papers relating to Faberge in London, McCarthy studies the branch's structure, customers and exclusive stock, from its opening in 1903 to its closure in 1917. The Imperial Russian Goldsmith's London branch was the only one outside of Russia and its jeweled and enameled contents were as popular there as they were in St. Petersburg or Moscow. Fully illustrated, most in color.
Publisher: ACC Art Books
Publishing status: Current
Size: 9½x12 inches
Item #: 5966515