In 1947 Lillian Thomas Pratt bequeathed to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts her remarkable collection of more than 400 Russian objects, including five Imperial Easter Eggs and approximately 170 additional works from the House of Fabergé.
VMFA Faberge Egg Research-Rock Crystal Egg Virginia Museum of Fine Arts | Richmond, Virginia The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts purpose is to collect, preserve, exhibit, and interpret art
It was a pleasure for me to find out a little secret from the Imperial Rock Crystal Easter Egg – now in the Collection of the VMFA “The largest public collection outside of Russia”.
Visit the Collections at https://vmfa.museum/collections/art/imperial-rock-crystal-easter-egg/
and find out what was the secret Miniature from the life of Empress Alexandra’s Faberge Egg!
Imperial Rock Crystal Easter Egg 1896 Empress Alexandra Feodorovna Fabergé firm Russian , 19th century Mikhail Perkhin, Workmaster Russian , 1860 – 1903 Johannes Zehngraf, Painter of miniatures Russian , 1857 – 1908
Thank you to Christel MCCanless she starts the tresure hunting on her blog: http://www.fabergeresearch.com