Faberge

«LILLIES of the VALLEY Fabergé Easter Egg» by HiH (Greece, 2015)
Artifact: Gift from the Emperor Nicholas II to his wife, Empress Alexandra
Feodorovna, for Easter of 1898. Saint Petersburg, 1898, House of Fabergé,
workmaster M. Perkhin, miniature painter J. Zehngraf. Gold, diamonds, ruby, pearl, ivory, glass; casting, embossing, engraving, guilloché enamel, gilding, watercolour. Fabergé Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia. OptoClone® : Full-colour Denisyuk-type reflection hologram on BB-Panchromatic glass plate (under exclusive license from Colour Holographic), recorded in-situ, size 30x40cm portrait, illumination from above. Author: Andreas Sarakinos.

«ROSEBUD Fabergé Easter Egg» by HiH (Greece, 2015)
Artifact: Gift from the Emperor Nicholas II to his wife, the Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, for Easter of 1895. Saint Petersburg, 1895, House of Fabergé. Workmaster M. Perkhin. Gold, silver, diamonds, ivory, velvet, casting, embossing, engraving, guilloché enamel, painted enamel, watercolour. Fabergé Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia. OptoClone® : Full-colour Denisyuk-type reflection hologram on BB-Panchromatic glass plate (under exclusive license from Colour Holographic), recorded in-situ, size 30x40cm portrait, illumination from above. Author: Andreas Sarakinos.

«RENAISSANCE Fabergé Easter Egg-Jewelry-Box» by HiH (Greece, 2015)
Artifact: Gift of the Emperor Alexander III to his wife, Empress Maria Feodorovna, for the Easter of 1894. Saint Petersburg, 1894, House of Fabergé. Workmaster M. Perkhin. Gold, diamonds, rubies, agate; casting, embossing, engraving, carving, polishing, champlevé enamel, guilloché enamel, painted enamel. Fabergé Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia. OptoClone® : Full-colour Denisyuk-type reflection hologram on BB-Panchromatic glass plate (under exclusive license from Colour Holographic), recorded in-situ, size 30x40cm portrait, illumination from above. Author: Andreas Sarakinos.

«ORDER of St. GEORGE Fabergé Easter Egg» by HiH (Greece, 2015)
Artifact: Gift from the Emperor Nicholas II to his mother, Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna, for Easter of 1916. Petrograd, 1916, House of Fabergé. Gold, silver, ivory, glass; casting, embossing, engraving, edging, guilloché enamel, painted enamel, champlevé enamel, watercolour. Fabergé Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia. OptoClone® : Full-colour Denisyuk-type reflection hologram on BB-Panchromatic glass plate (under exclusive license from Colour Holographic), recorded in-situ, size 30x40cm portrait, illumination from above.
Author: Andreas Sarakinos.

‘Russian wooden Egg’ by Yves Gentet (FR-2009)
An impressive hologram of a hand-painted wooden object (egg) in bright vivid colors and glittering diffractive areas standing on a varnished wooden base. Excellent light reflection on curved surface and perfect color shade reproduction. Denisyuk full-colour hologram in glass, size 12×19 cm portrait, origination by Yves Gentet and Mikhail Shevtsov on ‘Utlimate 04′ panchromatic emulsion.

«CHANTICLEER Fabergé Easter Egg-Clock» by HiH (Greece, 2015)
Artifact: Gift from A.F. Kelch to his wife V.P. Kelch for Easter of 1904. Saint Petersburg, 1904, House of Fabergé. Gold, silver, diamonds, pearls; casting, embossing, engraving, edging, guilloché enamel, painted enamel. Fabergé Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia. OptoClone® : Full-colour Denisyuk-type reflection hologram on BB-Panchromatic glass plate (under exclusive license from Colour Holographic), recorded in-situ, size 30x40cm portrait, illumination from above. Author: Andreas Sarakinos.

«FIFTEENTH ANNIVERSARY Fabergé Easter Egg» by HiH (Greece, 2015)
Artifact: Gift from the Emperor Nicholas II to his wife, Empress Alexandra
Feodorovna, for Easter of 1911. St. Petersburg, 1911, House of Fabergé,
craftsman H. Wigström, miniature painter V. Zuiev. Gold, diamonds, ivory, rock crystal; embossing, guilloché enamel, watercolour. Fabergé Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia OptoClone® : Full-colour Denisyuk-type reflection hologram on BB-Panchromatic glass plate (under exclusive license from Colour Holographic), recorded in-situ, size 30x40cm portrait, illumination from above.
Author: Andreas Sarakinos.

«Desk GLOBE Fabergé Clock» by HiH (Greece, 2015)
Artifact: The desk timepiece is surmounted by a globe carved from rock crystal that has the world’s main shipping lanes engraved on its surface. The clock mechanism is attached to the axis of the globe, causing it to rotate. The scale that Henrik Wigström marked on a gold band around the Equator makes it possible to tell the time at different places around the world. Saint Petersburg, 1908-1917, House of Fabergé. Workmaster H. Wigström. Gold, diamonds, nephrite, rock crystal; carving, polishing, guilloché enamel, champlevé, gilding. Fabergé Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia. OptoClone® : Full-colour Denisyuk-type reflection hologram on BB-Panchromatic glass plate (under exclusive license from Colour Holographic), recorded in-situ, size 30x40cm portrait, illumination from above. Author: Andreas Sarakinos.

«CORONATION Fabergé Easter Egg» by HiH (Greece, 2015)
Artifact: Gift from the Emperor Nicholas II to his wife, Empress Alexandra
Feodorovna, for Easter of 1897. Saint Petersburg, 1897, House of Fabergé,
workmaster M. Perkhin, the ‘surprise’ coach made by workmaster G. Stein.
Gold, silver, platinum, diamonds, rock crystal, velvet; casting, engraving, edging, embossing, guilloché enamel, painted enamel, champlevé enamel. Fabergé Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia. OptoClone® : Full-colour Denisyuk-type reflection hologram on BB-Panchromatic glass plate (under exclusive license from Colour Holographic), recorded in-situ, size 30x40cm portrait, illumination
from above. Author: Andreas Sarakinos.

«HEN Fabergé Easter Egg» by HiH (Greece, 2015)
Artifact: First Imperial Egg. Gift of the Emperor Alexander III to his wife, Empress Maria Feodorovna, for Easter of 1885. Saint Petersburg, 1885, House of Fabergé. Workmaster E. Kollin. Gold, rubies, suede; casting, embossing, engraving, enamel. Fabergé Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia. OptoClone® : Full-colour Denisyuk-type reflection hologram on BB-Panchromatic glass plate (under exclusive license from Colour Holographic), recorded in-situ, size 30x40cm portrait, illumination from above. Author: Andreas Sarakinos.

«COCKEREL Fabergé Easter Egg-Clock» by HiH (Greece, 2015)
Artifact: Gift from the Emperor Nicholas II to his mother, Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna, on the Easter of 1900. Saint Petersburg, 1900, House of Fabergé. Workmaster M. Perkhin. Gold, diamonds, pearls, feathers; casting, embossing, engraving, edging, guilloché enamel, enamel. Fabergé Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia. OptoClone® : Full-colour Denisyuk-type reflection hologram on BB-Panchromatic glass plate (under exclusive license from Colour Holographic), recorded in-situ, size 30x40cm portrait, illumination from above.
Author: Andreas Sarakinos.

«DUCHESS of MARLBOROUGH Fabergé Egg-Clock» by HiH (Greece, 2015) Artifact: A sumptuous Easter egg clock with a rotating dial created for Consuelo, Duchess of Marlborough, who was born into the American Vanderbilt family of industrial and financial magnates, following her visit to Russia. Six years later the Duchess of Marlborough put the egg clock up for sale at a charity auction. It was bought by Malcolm Forbes in 1965, becoming the first large Easter egg in his famous collection. Saint Petersburg, 1902, House of Fabergé. Workmaster M. Perkhin. Gold, silver, diamonds, pearls; casting, embossing, engraving, guilloché enamel, enamel. Fabergé Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia. OptoClone® :
Full-colour Denisyuk-type reflection hologram on BB-Panchromatic glass plate (under exclusive license from Colour Holographic), recorded in-situ, size 30x40cm portrait, illumination from above. Author: Andreas Sarakinos.