Fabergé Eggs on Exhibitions
2005 - 2015

(For 2016 and later, click here!)

(For Eggs on permanent exhibitions, check "Whereabouts"!)

NB: This page is a page with Exhibitions between 2005 and 2015.
Most of the links to museum pages are no longer valid!


Current and Coming Exhibitions featuring Eggs


State Hermitage Museum Opens Carl Faberge Memorial Rooms On 29 December 2015 the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg opened the Carl Fabergé Memorial Rooms – a new permanent display in the General Staff Building.

May 12, 2016 to September 25, 2016

Museum of Koldinghus, Kolding, Denmark. Probably no Imperial Easter Eggs, but certainly worthwhile! Fabergé – Zarens hofhuveler og den danske kongelige forbindelse. (Fabergé, the Tsars Court Jeweler and the Connection to the Danish Royal Family).

... about 100 objects with loans from members of the Danish royal family, who through family ties to the Russian tsar and his family has inherited several Fabergé works. These works have only very rarely been shown to the public, as they are still used by the royal family members ... Read all on this page!

April 16 - July 17, 2016

Palace Museum - Meridian Gate, Beijing, China. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts to exhibit works from its its world-renowned Fabergé collection. Press Release. (Courtesy Fabergé Research Site)


OKLAHOMA CITY, USA. June 2, 2015 More than 230 rare and storied treasures created by the House of Faberge will be celebrated in a new exhibition at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. "Faberge: Jeweler to the Tsars" will be on view from June 20 through September 27, 2015. See article.

March 31, 2015

Opening of the Schatzkammer (Treasure Chamber) Liechtenstein in the capital city of Vaduz. Fabergé Kelch Appleblossom Egg will be exhibited together with other eggs of the former Goop Collection, now owned by the Liechtenstein Landesmuseum.

Appleblossom Egg


Exhibition Hall of the Assumption Belfry, Moscow Kremlin Museums Map of the Russian Empire. http://www.kreml.ru/en-Us/exhibitions/moscow-kremlin-exhibitions/karta-rossii-vekhi-istorii/

Exhibition includes the 1900 Trans-Siberian Railway and the 1913 Romanov Tercentenary Easter Eggs by Fabergé. (Courtesy Christel McCanless - Fabergé Research Site).


Drents Museum, Assen, Netherlands. Kostbare eieren uit het Tsarenrijk. Fabergé Kelch Appleblossom Egg will be exhibited together with other eggs of the former Goop Collection, now owned by the Liechtenstein Landesmuseum. More info. (Link niet langer werkzaam)

Appleblossom Egg


Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art in Las Vegas, USA - Presents "Fabergé Revealed" Opening November 14, 2014. New Exhibition to Showcase 238 Ornate Creations from Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, including Imperial Easter Eggs. Website Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art.

September 19, 2014 (semi-permanent - check opening hours when visiting!)

Houston Museum of Natural Science, USA - Fabergé: From a Snowflake to an Iceberg The Mcferrin Collection. Opens September 19, 2014
http://www.hmns.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=594&Itemid=621 (see also Whereabouts).

Diamond Trellis Egg Nobel Ice Egg Rocaille Egg


Montreal, Canada. ‘Fabergé, Jeweller to the Tsars’, includes four Imperial Easter Eggs:

Tsarevich Egg Peter the Great Egg Pelican Egg Red Cross Portraits Egg

Read more in this article with many superb images!


Fabergé. The Tsar’s Jeweller - Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna - February 18, to May 18, 2014

The exhibition entitled “Fabergé” in the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna offers unique insight into the fascinating world of Russian jewellery art. Ca. 160 pieces of jewellery from the Kremlin Museum in Moscow can be seen for the first time in Austria. (Read More).

Three of the Kremlin Museums Imperial Eggs, as well as the unfinished 1918 Constellation Egg will are exhibited.

Memory of Azov Egg Trans-siberian Railway Egg Moscow Kremlin Egg Blue  Constellation Egg

Opened in 2014 (Permanent)

Link of Times Museum Fabergé in Saint Petersburg Russia - see Whereabouts

Opened Nov. 22, 2011

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City - Fabergé from the Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation Collection is on extended loan from the New Orleans Museum of Art. All thee Imperial Eggs are on view. This collection has for the next 5 years moved to the Met in New York City. Read more!

Danish Palaces Egg Caucasus Egg Napoleonic Egg


The no longer Missing 1887 Third Imperial Egg will be exhibited to the public for only four days! - Wartski, London

Third Imperial Easter Egg

The very recently found missing Third Imperial Egg will be exhibited at Wartski (London) from 14th to 17th April 2014. This will be the first time it has been seen in public for 112 years! Read all about it on Wartski's website.


A Fabergé Easter at Harrods - Harrods London.

Window displays will showcase Fabergé ... an original Fabergé Egg – The 1901 Kelch Apple Blossom Egg – along with other vintage items, will be on display. (Read more).

Appleblossom Egg


Hong Kong: “Fabergé: Legacy of Imperial Russia". Included in the upcoming exhibition “Fabergé: Legacy of Imperial Russia,” are four of the master jeweler and goldsmith’s creations for the imperial family:  “Trans-Siberian Train Easter Egg”; the “Moscow Kremlin Easter Egg,” which is the tallest of all the imperial Fabergé creations; the “Memory of Azov Easter Egg” from 1891; and the unfinished “Constellation Tsarevich Easter Egg.” Read more: http://www.artinfo.com/news/story/862340/see-faberge-easter-eggs-and-other-russian-gems-in-upcoming

Memory of Azov Egg Trans-siberian Railway Egg Moscow Kremlin Egg Blue  Constellation Egg


China Shanghai - Shanghai Museum - World of Fabergé

The exhibition, titled World of Fabergé, consists of more than 200 items, from the Kremlin Museum of Moscow and Fersman Mineralogical Museum of Russia. The four eggs on display are The Memory of Azov, featuring a miniature replica of the namesake Russian cruiser; The Trans-Siberian Train consisting of a five-carriage train with clockwork locomotive; The Moscow Kremlin in the shape of the Cathedral of the Assumption in Moscow; and the last Faberge egg, Constellation, which depicted the 12 signs of the zodiac, but was never finished because of the Russian revolution. Read more in China Daily. (Courtesy David K. Yao)

Memory of Azov EggTrans-siberian Railway Egg Moscow Kremlin Egg Blue  Constellation Egg


Fabergé at the Venaria. The Jewellery of the Last Tsar. Torino, Italia. Vekselberg Eggs!

"On exhibition, fourteen examples of the famous Easter Egg by Fabergé, nine jewellery Imperial Eggs and one hundred and fifty unique masterpieces produced by the gold factory of Saint Petersburg. The exhibition is also the occasion to commemorate the relationship between the courts of Romanov and Savoy". Read more!



October 14, 2012 – January 21, 2013 Tsarevich Egg and two other Fabergé Imperial Eggs on view in Detroit. Fabergé: The Rise and Fall, The Collection of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Read More!

Tsarevich Egg+ 2 other Eggs (?) from the VMFA; see below.


Bowers Museum, Santa Ana, CA, USA Fabergé: Imperial Jeweler to the Tsars
McFerrin Collection, including Nobel Ice Egg. Read more!

Nobel Ice Egg


VMFA's Fabergé Collection on tour. The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts has announced that their Fabergé Collection will go on a two year tour sometime later in 2012, along with announcing the expansion of the gallery space that houses the exhibit. The five Pratt Fabergé Eggs will NOT be on view in Richmond! Read More!

vmfa Eggs
In the meantime, great little movies of the five Imperial Eggs on the VMFA webiste. Make sure to check out the audio files too!


March 24 – May 20, 2012 Riga, Latvia. The Art Museum Riga Bourse. Fabergé. The exhibition was made possible with the support of the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Latvia, Rietumu Bank, the Rietumu Bank Charity Fund and insurance Company Альфа Страхование. Read more!

Blue  Constellation Egg


April 21 - July 1, 2012 USA - Stark Museum in the Memorial Student Center, Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas
The Allure of Fabergé: Selections from the Dorothy and Artie McFerrin Collection

Nobel Ice Egg


Sunday, 8 April 2012 to Sunday, 15 April 2012 Edingburgh, UK. Holyrood Palace, The Queen's Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse. Fabulous Fabergé. Read More!

Mosaic Egg Colonnade Egg


April 6 - April 13, 2012 Houston, USA. Houston Museum of Natural Science. Diamond Trellis Egg will be on display for one week in the Lester and Sue Smith Gem Vault. Read More!

Diamond Trellis Egg


October 26 - November 26, 2011, New York, USA
A La Vieille Russie and Parmigiani present
Mechanical Wonders: The Sandoz Collection
Read more on the ALVR website: http://www.alvr.com/category/news/exhibitions/?Exhibitions

Swan Egg Peacock Egg The Sandoz Youssoupov Egg


The Kelch Apple Blossom Egg exhibited Liechtensteinisches Landesmuseum. For more info see: http://www.regierung.li/uploads/media/Kulturbrief_Ausgabe_01_2011.pdfand http://www.landesmuseum.li/d/sonderausstellungen.asp

"Österliche Kostbarkeiten aus Liechtenstein und dem Zarenreich Aus der Sammlung Adulf Peter Goop Sonderausstellung Liechtensteinisches Landesmuseum Vaduz".

Appleblossom Egg


July 9 - October 2, 2011  Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond USA.
Fabergé Revealed The entire VMFA collection of Fabergé and other jewelers of the time will be shown with a number of key loans from prominent collectors in the new special exhibition galleries. This exhibition will only be shown in Richmond. Collecting Fabergé Today: The Hodges Family Collection organized by the New Orleans Museum of Art will be the companion exhibition before it moves to the Frick Art and Historical Center, Pittsburgh, PA. (Courtesy Fabergé Research Site)

Besides the museum's five Imperial Eggs, the Napoleonic Egg from the Mathilda Geddings Gray Collection, and the Nobel Ice Egg from the McFerrin Collection are exhibited! More info: http://www.vmfa.museum/Press_Room/Exhibitions/Fabergé_Revealed.aspx

vmfa Eggs Napoleonic Egg Nobel Ice Egg


Royal Fabergé - July 23 – October 3, 2011 - London.
The exhibition at the annual Summer Opening of Buckingham Palace brings together masterpieces by Carl Fabergé, from Imperial Easter Eggs and dazzling jewel-encrusted boxes to miniature carvings of favourite royal pets.  Royal Fabergé reveals how the world’s finest collection of work by the great Russian goldsmith and jeweller has been created by successive generations of the British Royal Family. Official "microsite": http://www.royalcollection.org.uk/microsites/royalfaberge/MicroSection.asp?themeid=2026

Mosaic EggColonnade Egg
As soon as more info is available, this list will be updated!


March 30 - July 24, 2011  Exhibition Hall of the Assumption Belfry, Moscow Kremlin  Carl Fabergé and Masters of Stone Carving: Russian Gems
Exhibition will showcase masterpieces of Carl Fabergé with a central display of six Imperial Easter Eggs from the Kremlin Museums, the Fersman Mineralogical Museum, and private collections. Also exhibited will be objects by Fabergé contemporaries - Ural stone-carving masters Alexey Denissov-Uralski and Abner Sumin. (Courtesy Fabergé Research Site) Six Imperial Easter Eggs on view, including:

Alexander Palece Egg Madonna lily Clock Egg Memory of Azov Egg Standart Egg Alexander III Equestrian Egg Blue Tsarevich Constellation Egg


Fabergé: Sacred Images. Russian billionaire to show Imperial eggs in Vatican - Raphael's Salon, Pinacoteca, Vatican Museum, Rome, Italy. More info here and to see what is on view, see here! Easter Eggs exhibited (see YouTube movie), the ones below, and perhaps even some others but not confirmed yet!

Hen EggRenaissance EggRosebud EggMiniatures Mauve EggCoronation EggLilies of the Valley EggBay Tree Egg15th Anniversary EggOrder of St. George EggDuches of Marlborough Egg


USA Houston, Houston Museum of Natural Science, November 13, 2009 - July 25, 2010 (extended). Fabergé: Imperial Jeweler to the Tsars.

Nobel Ice Egg
Nobel Ice Egg on display.


Switzerland, Le Locle (Château des Monts). Musée de d'Horlogerie du Locle - 24.05.2009 - 31.10.2009. Alternating one of the three famous Sandoz Fabergé (Imperial) Easter Eggs will be on view in the exhibition celebrating the museums fiftieth anniversary. Read more on the museum website: http://www.mhl-monts.ch/?lang=en. (Courtesy Brice Ducomet)

Swan Egg Peacock Egg

Château des Monts - Rte. des Monts 65 - CH- 2400 Le Locle


If you’re in Europe this summer, head on down to Monaco for "Moscow: Splendors of the Romanovs", July 11-Sept. 13, 2009, an orgy of 500 works from "the century of gold" (1820-1860) at the Grimaldi Forum. Among the many attractions of the installation is a display of six of the nine Fabergé eggs, formerly owned by Malcolm Forbes until they were bought in 2004, along with 190 other Fabergé objects, by Russian businessman Victor Vekselberg. For more info, see www.grimaldiforum.mc.
Eggs on view:
Hen Egg Renaissance Egg Coronation Egg Lilies of the Valley Egg 15th Anniversary Egg Order of St. George Egg Blue Serpent Clock Egg

Monaco Monaco Monaco Monaco
Click Monaco images to enlarge! (courtesy Alessia Sturli)


Faberge Eggs Exhibit In Moscow
More than 300 pieces created by the celebrated House of Faberge jewellery firm, including nine of its famous jewel encrusted eggs, are now exhibited at Moscow's Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. The art of the Faberge house from the end of the 19th century and the start of the 20th century is a world phenomenon!

The collection is made up of pieces purchased over the past five years by the billionaire Russian industrialist Victor Vekselberg. In April 2004, Vekselberg bought nine Faberge eggs from the American family of the late Malcolm Forbes, publisher of Forbes Magazine, for over 100 million dollars.

The exhibition will be held through June 28 (extended to) August 8, 2009 in the Department of private collections at the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts.

Read more: http://rttv.ru/Art_and_Fun/2009-05-19/The_time_of_Faberge_.html
See more: http://community.livejournal.com/russophiles/55365.html


Danish Palaces EggBlue Serpent Clock Egg Pansy Egg Rose Trellis EggRed Cross Tryptich Egg

Rocaille Egg Bonbonnière Egg

Artistic Luxury: Faberge, Tiffany, Lalique reunites works by Peter Carl Faberge, Louis Comfort Tiffany, and Rene Lalique and presents them together for the first time since the 1900 World's Fair in Paris. The exhibition showcases nearly 300 objects from more than 50 international lenders, including Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco as well as institutions and private lenders in London, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Paris, Lisbon, Berlin, Hamburg, and across the United States.

Venue moves to San Francisco where it will be hosted at the Palace of the Legion of Honor from February 7 - May 31, 2009. See website Fine Arts Museums of San Fransisco.

The Faberge Egg that was once a treasured possession of Princess Grace of Monaco will be one of the star attractions in a major exhibition opening Sunday October 19, at the Cleveland Museum of Art. (Link)

The Cleveland Museum of Art - Exhibit highlights include: -- Five Imperial Easter eggs!
Rare Works by the Greatest Designers of Jewelry and Luxury Goods during the Gilded Age United in Artistic Luxury: Fabergé, Tiffany, Lalique.
The exhibition opens October 19, 2008 and runs until January 18, 2009.

Museum website: http://www.prnewswire.com/mnr/clevelandart/35042/ (Link no longer valid)


Fabergé in New Delhi, India. December 6 2008 - January 18, 2009

"New Delhi: The world renowned Faberge eggs, made for Czar Alexander the III by Carl Faberge, are on display in India for the first time ever. The collection is valued at $22 million. It’s meant to bring back memories of a past era and include symbols of the long-gone Czarist Empire". More information, including a movie: http://www.livemint.com/2008/12/07233711/Faberge-eggs-in-Delhi.html?h=B


Finland: May 15 - September 15, 2008 The Finnish Stone Center, Juuka, Finland
One Unfinished Egg & Fabergé: 79 Completed Jewelled Objects including the 1917 Blue Constellation Egg from the Fersman Mineralogical Museum in Moscow. This is the third time the unfinished egg has traveled, since its discovery - to Munich in 2003-04, and Brussels in 2005-06. See also http://www.mtv3.fi/uutiset/kulttuuri.shtml/arkistot/kulttuuri/2008/01/605407

2008- 2009?

London: Changing Exhibition 2008. (2009?)
Closet Room of the Queen's Gallery in London has on view two Imperial Easter Eggs from the Royal Collection. The Mosaic Egg and the Colonnade Egg. (Courtesy Daryl Dao in London)


Link of Times Collection - Travelling!
November-December 2007


Travelling The Rothschild Fabergé Egg
October 18 - November 27 - 2007

Rothschild Egg Exhibitions

The Rothschild Fabergé Egg
New York:
8-9 October (appointment only)
Tel: +1 212 636 2260

18-20 October (invitation only)

27, 29, 30 October
Tel: +33 (0)1 4076 8403

9-14 November
Tel: +41 (0)22 319 1766

Saturday 24 November 12 noon - 5 pm
Sunday 25 November   12 noon - 5 pm
Monday 26 November   9 am – 4:30 pm
Tuesday 27 November   9 am - 8 pm

 Source The Rothschild Fabergé Egg:http://www.christies.com:80/features/nov07/faberge_teaser/overview.asp

Rector's Palace, Dubrovnik, Croatia
The Link of Times Collection
September 30 - November 11, 2007
Website: http://www.fabergeindubrovnik.com/#en
The National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan
July 10 - September 17, 2007
(Moscow Kremlin Egg)
Edo Tokyo Museum Japan
March 20 - June 17, 2007 Moscow Kremlin Egg
Italy, Bari, March 15 - March 25, 2007
Castello Normanno Svevo di Bari
9 Fabergé Eggs from the Link of Times Collection
Switzerland June 9, 2006 - July 30, 2006 (Eggs)
Objets d'art: August 2 - September 10, 2006
Berlijn 16 juni t/m 10 september 2005

The greatest treasures of the Russian Tsars – wonders of the Moscow Kremlin
Terms of display: July, 10 - September, 17, 2007
Place of display: Japan, Osaka, the National Museum of Art
Organized by: The Moscow Kremlin Museums, the National Museum of Art, Osaka, Broadcasting System Inc., Dentsu Inc., Tokyo

The greatest treasures of the Russian Tsars – wonders of the Moscow Kremlin
Terms of display: March, 20 – June, 2007
Place of display: Japan, Tokyo, Edo-Tokyo museum
Organized by: The Moscow Kremlin Museums, Edo-Tokyo museum, Tokyo Broadcasting System Inc., Dentsu Inc., Tokyo

Moscow Kremlin Egg

Russia & USSR: Art, literature, theatre 1905 - 1940
Terms of display: October, 26, 2006 - January, 14, 2007
Place of display: Italy, the Palazzo Ducale, Genova
Organized by: The Museum of Palazzo Ducale, Genova
Website: The Museum of Palazzo Ducale, Genova

Steel Military Egg


China, Beijing, "Golden Russia: Treasures of the Kremlin"
Terms of display: September, 25, 2006 - January, 8, 2007
Place of display: China, Peking, Meridian Gate of the Imperial Palace
Organized by: Meridian Gate of the Imperial Palace in Peking, the Moscow Kremlin Museums
Info on websites:

Tercentenary Egg

The Link of Times-Collection Fabergé Eggs will be shown in Switzerland Museum Bellerive Switzerland

Click to enlage!

"Fabergé in Zürich – Schätze der russischen Zarenzeit"
The eggs are on view from June 9 - July 30, 2006,
the objects d'art, August 2 - September 10, 2006
Website Museum Bellerive


Website Expostion "Fabergé in Zürich"

Hen Egg
Renaissance Egg
Rosebud Egg
Miniatures Mauve Egg
Coronation Egg
Lilies of the Valley Egg
Cuckoo Clock Egg
Bay Tree Egg
15th Anniversary Egg
Order of St. George Egg
Resurrection Egg
Springflowers Egg
Kelch Hen Egg
Chanticleer Egg
Duches of Marlborough Egg
Scandinavian Egg


Finland: The Era of Fabergé
Museum centre

Exhibition of over 180 objects, including the Moscow Kremlin and the Alexander III Equestrian Egg
 from the Kremlin Armoury Museum
June 17 - October 1, 2006.
Museum Centre Vapriikki, Tampere, Finland
Website museum Centre Vapriiki

For details and the exhibition catalogue: http://www.geocities.com/tfboettger/eof/

Tampere Catalogue Front

Moscow Kremlin Egg
Alexander III Equestrian Egg


London, Wartski
"Fabergé and the Russian Jewellers"(Closed)
May 10 - may 20, 2006
Wartski Exhibition May 10 - May 20, 2006

Nobel Ice Egg
Nobel Ice Egg


Fabergé in Brussels (Closed)

Brussels October 19, 2005 - February 5, 2006

Exhibited in Brussels were more than 200 Fabergé works, including all Forbes/Vekselberg Eggs; The 1914 Mosaic Egg and the 1917 Blue Tsarevich Constellation Egg!

Hen Egg
Renaissance Egg
Rosebud Egg
Miniatures Mauve Egg
Coronation Egg
Lilies of the Valley Egg
Cuckoo Clock Egg
Bay Tree Egg
15th Anniversary Egg
Mosaic Egg
Order of St. George Egg
Blue Tsarevich Constellation Egg
Resurrection Egg
Springflowers Egg
Kelch Hen Egg
Chanticleer Egg
Duches of Marlborough Egg
Scandinavian Egg

(Tekst only in Dutch)

Espace culturel ING
Place royale 6
1000 Brussels
mon > sun 10:00 > 18:00, wed > 21:00
closed 25.12.2005, 01.01.2006
Website: http://www.europalia.be/russia2005/event.php?id=80

For Fabergé Exhibitions Worldwide, please go to:
Fabergé Research Site
Compiled and updated regularly by Christel Ludewig McCanless


March 2007, The Noma Gray Collection has moved for a period of 5 years to the Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art in Nashville, Tennessee!!


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