Lily-of-the-Valley Brooch from The Met Museum


The master jeweler and goldsmith Peter Carl Fabergé (Russian, 1846-1920) counted among his elite clientele the last two czars of the Romanov family, for whom he crafted the celebrated Easter eggs in rare gems, precious metals, and radiant guilloché enamel. Among the House of Fabergé’s other remarkable creations are brilliantly executed jeweled flowers. This brooch celebrates a miniature spray of lily of the valley (late 19th-early 20th century), which was delicately crafted of gold, silver, and enamel with pearls, diamonds, and jade in a tiny vase of carved rock crystal. Produced in cooperation with The Cleveland Museum of Art.

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