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Russian Imperial Deluxe Notecard Box

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Price: $24.95 $12.48
Member Price: $22.45 $11.23

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Description

Among the many treasures the House of Faberg produced for their elite clientele is the superb Caucasus Egg from 1893, created for Czar Alexander III. Its gold rose garlands and diamond bows have been adapted for our elegant rolltop box. The cards within feature floral motifs from various Peter Carl Faberg (Russian, 1846 1920) designs.

Produced in cooperation with the Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation Collection.

Includes 10 notecards (5 each of 2 images), 15 correspondence cards, 14 gift enclosures (7 each of 2 images), 39 envelopes, and 39 self-adhesive seals. Box: 5 1/8''H x 6 3/4''W x 5 1/8''D; notecards: 4 1/4'' x 5 3/4''; correspondence cards: 5 3/4'' x 3 15/16''; gift enclosures: 2 1/2'' x 3''.

  • Includes 10 notecards (5 each of 2 images), 15 correspondence cards, 14 gift enclosures (7 each of 2 images), 39 envelopes, and 39 self-adhesive seals
  • Box: 5 1/8''H x 6 3/4''W x 5 1/8''D; notecards: 4 1/4'' x 5 3/4''; correspondence cards: 5 3/4'' x 3 15/16''; gift enclosures: 2 1/2'' x 3''

Art History

In 1872, Peter Carl Faberg (Russian, 18461920) took over his fathers jewelry business in St. Petersburg, Russia. With the help of his brother Agathon, he cultivated the patronage of the last two czars of the Romanov dynasty and the elite of Edwardian society. Peter Carl Fabergs studios produced a wide variety of objets dart, including magnificent jewelry, clocks, enamel cases, boxes, and frames. The ultimate achievements of the House of Faberg, however, are the jeweled Easter eggs created for the czars and the exquisite floral groups fabricated with precious metals, hardstones, and gems.

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Description

Among the many treasures the House of Faberg produced for their elite clientele is the superb Caucasus Egg from 1893, created for Czar Alexander III. Its gold rose garlands and diamond bows have been adapted for our elegant rolltop box. The cards within feature floral motifs from various Peter Carl Faberg (Russian, 1846 1920) designs.

Produced in cooperation with the Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation Collection.

Includes 10 notecards (5 each of 2 images), 15 correspondence cards, 14 gift enclosures (7 each of 2 images), 39 envelopes, and 39 self-adhesive seals. Box: 5 1/8''H x 6 3/4''W x 5 1/8''D; notecards: 4 1/4'' x 5 3/4''; correspondence cards: 5 3/4'' x 3 15/16''; gift enclosures: 2 1/2'' x 3''.





  • Includes 10 notecards (5 each of 2 images), 15 correspondence cards, 14 gift enclosures (7 each of 2 images), 39 envelopes, and 39 self-adhesive seals
  • Box: 5 1/8''H x 6 3/4''W x 5 1/8''D; notecards: 4 1/4'' x 5 3/4''; correspondence cards: 5 3/4'' x 3 15/16''; gift enclosures: 2 1/2'' x 3''




Art History

In 1872, Peter Carl Faberg (Russian, 18461920) took over his fathers jewelry business in St. Petersburg, Russia. With the help of his brother Agathon, he cultivated the patronage of the last two czars of the Romanov dynasty and the elite of Edwardian society. Peter Carl Fabergs studios produced a wide variety of objets dart, including magnificent jewelry, clocks, enamel cases, boxes, and frames. The ultimate achievements of the House of Faberg, however, are the jeweled Easter eggs created for the czars and the exquisite floral groups fabricated with precious metals, hardstones, and gems.


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