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by Nicholas B.A. Nicholson


An amazing collection of images of the Romanovs, their world, and their fabulous jewels bring the last golden years of the dynasty to life. The Romanovs ruled Russia from 1613 to 1917.

An amazing collection of images of the Romanovs, their world, and their fabulous jewels bring the last golden years of the dynasty to life. Hidden Gems: Stories from the Saleroom.

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Nicholson Nicholas Nicholson is a specialist in Fabergé and Russian Works of Art, as well as SVP and Division Head of Furniture and Decorative Arts at Freeman’s Auction in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Н . Nicholson served as the American curator of Jewels of the Roma- novs: Treasures of the Russian Imperial Court. 7 A Study of the Financial Records and Other Personal Documents of the Imperial Family Pertaining to the 1902 Empire Imperial Easter Egg By Dmitry Krivoshey.

Published by Corcoran Gallery of Art (1997)

Jewels of the Romanovs: Treasures of the Russian Imperial Court. ISBN 13: 9780886750503. Jewels of the Romanovs: Treasures of the Russian Imperial Court. Published by Corcoran Gallery of Art (1997). ISBN 10: 0886750504 ISBN 13: 9780886750503.

This exhibition catalog contains 72 pages, including several color illustrations of jewelry and non-jewelry items, a forward by Nicholas . Nicholson, and a chart of a Partial Line of Descent of the House of Romanovs. This softcover book is used but in good condition. There is light wear at the edges. This book is clean and the interior is unmarked. Title: Jewels of the Romanovs – The Treasures of The Russian Imperial Court Publisher: The Corcoran Gallery of Art Place: Washington, .

The story of the Romanov crown jewelry collection is as mysterious as the family’s tragic death. The Imperial Crown of Russia, also known as the Great Imperial Crown, was the main symbol of power for Russian monarchs and the main Imperial regalia from 1762-1917

The story of the Romanov crown jewelry collection is as mysterious as the family’s tragic death. While some of their gems were sold or lost, some survive to this day and are locked in the state vaults. The Imperial Crown of Russia, also known as the Great Imperial Crown, was the main symbol of power for Russian monarchs and the main Imperial regalia from 1762-1917. It was used by all Russian monarchs starting with Catherine II and ending with Nicholas II.

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Jewels of the Romanovs - Treasures of the Imperial Court - Rose brooch designed by Viktor Nikolaev, Gennady . The daughters of Tsar Nicholas II. My grandmother bought a book on Anastasia for me when I was little and all things Romanov have fascinated since.

Jewels of the Romanovs - Treasures of the Imperial Court - Rose brooch designed by Viktor Nikolaev, Gennady Aleksakin, Moscow Platinum, diamonds carats). Diamond Brooch Melbourne Antique Diamond And Pearl Brooch. platinum and diamond Romanov brooch, pin - floral and flowers jewelry. Maria, Tatiana, Anastasia and Olga Romanov, 1914.

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ISBN13: 978-0886750503

ISBN: 0886750504

Author: Nicholas B.A. Nicholson

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Language: English

Publisher: Corcoran Gallery of Art; 1st edition (1997)

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playboy
Small book but great info and pics!
playboy
Small book but great info and pics!
Matty
Not as many pictures as I had hoped.
Matty
Not as many pictures as I had hoped.
uspeh
The title says it all. It is an extremely thin (72 pages total) book that apparently accompanied a traveling exhibit on the Romanovs. It DOES show a ball gown, some Court Dresses & men's clothes, which I've never seen in any other book, but don't pay too much -- you're not getting much.
uspeh
The title says it all. It is an extremely thin (72 pages total) book that apparently accompanied a traveling exhibit on the Romanovs. It DOES show a ball gown, some Court Dresses & men's clothes, which I've never seen in any other book, but don't pay too much -- you're not getting much.
Gavirgas
Although this is quite a short book, it does have a useful introduction that gives the history of Russian-American relations up to 1917. It rightly notes that relations were friendly if a bit distant. There is a section on the visit of Grand Duke Alexei in 1871-1872, as the exhibition was put together to commemorate its anniversary. A friend of mine is doing research on this visit, so it was interesting to read about it.

Grand Duke Alexei's visit was a really big deal. It started the Rex theme in Mardi Gras and the buffalo hunt with Buffalo Bill was, until recently at least, commemorated on a regular basis.

The photographs are in deep, rich color. It was particularly interesting to see items from the Iaroslavl museum. I hadn't realized that Soviet jewelers had recreated certain items that the Stalinist-era state sold to raise money for industrialization. The photographs of the gowns were also impressive. This must have been a great exhibition to go to.
Gavirgas
Although this is quite a short book, it does have a useful introduction that gives the history of Russian-American relations up to 1917. It rightly notes that relations were friendly if a bit distant. There is a section on the visit of Grand Duke Alexei in 1871-1872, as the exhibition was put together to commemorate its anniversary. A friend of mine is doing research on this visit, so it was interesting to read about it.

Grand Duke Alexei's visit was a really big deal. It started the Rex theme in Mardi Gras and the buffalo hunt with Buffalo Bill was, until recently at least, commemorated on a regular basis.

The photographs are in deep, rich color. It was particularly interesting to see items from the Iaroslavl museum. I hadn't realized that Soviet jewelers had recreated certain items that the Stalinist-era state sold to raise money for industrialization. The photographs of the gowns were also impressive. This must have been a great exhibition to go to.
Runeterror
I was the American Coordinating Curator of this exhibition. This souvenir booklet (a full catalogue was never produced due to arguments between the American and Russian organizing committees) contains only the most basic information and photographs about the selection of jewels, works of art, costumes, and historical documents that came to the US in this blockbuster exhibition in 1996. While hardly definitive, some of the objects illustrated in this volume (such as the ecclesiastical pieces from Yaroslavl) have never been reproduced anywhere else.
Runeterror
I was the American Coordinating Curator of this exhibition. This souvenir booklet (a full catalogue was never produced due to arguments between the American and Russian organizing committees) contains only the most basic information and photographs about the selection of jewels, works of art, costumes, and historical documents that came to the US in this blockbuster exhibition in 1996. While hardly definitive, some of the objects illustrated in this volume (such as the ecclesiastical pieces from Yaroslavl) have never been reproduced anywhere else.
Mr.Champions
I wanted some pictures to inspire my beading.

This did this perfectly.

Beautiful pictures and interesting comments.

*** For the price, a real bargain.***
Mr.Champions
I wanted some pictures to inspire my beading.

This did this perfectly.

Beautiful pictures and interesting comments.

*** For the price, a real bargain.***
Gajurus
Anyone interested in jewelry this is a must.
Gajurus
Anyone interested in jewelry this is a must.