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Peter Carl Faberge was born in Russia in St. Petersburg, May 30, 1846. His father - Gustav Faberge, came from a German family and was born in Estonia, and his mother - Charlotte Yungshtedt, was the daughter of the Danish artist. In 1842, Faberge jewelry, Sr. founded the company in St. Peterburge.Peter Faberge traveled to Europe and was originally studied in Dresden, and then began to develop a Frankfurt jewelry master, Joseph Friedman. At the age of 24 years in 1870, he took his father's firm in his hands. In 1882 at the National Art and Industrial Exhibition in Moscow, the product of his company attracted the attention of the Emperor Alexander III. Peter Charles received the patronage of the royal family and the title of "His Imperial Majesty's jeweler and goldsmith of the Imperial Hermitage." Yungshtedt Charlotte was the daughter of the Danish artist. In 1842, Faberge jewelry, Sr. founded the company in St. Peterburge.Peter Faberge traveled to Europe and was originally studied in Dresden, and then began to develop a Frankfurt jewelry master, Joseph Friedman. At the age of 24 years in 1870, he took his father's firm in his hands. In 1882 at the National Art and Industrial Exhibition in Moscow, the product of his company attracted the attention of the Emperor Alexander III. Peter Charles received the patronage of the royal family and the title of "His Imperial Majesty's jeweler and goldsmith of the Imperial Hermitage╗.

Peter Carl Faberge was born in Russia in St. Petersburg, May 30, 1846. His father - Gustav Faberge, came from a German family and was born in Estonia, and his mother - Charlotte Yungshtedt, was the daughter of the Danish artist. In 1842, Faberge jewelry, Sr. founded the company in St. Peterburge.Peter Faberge traveled to Europe and was originally studied in Dresden, and then began to develop a Frankfurt jewelry master, Joseph Friedman. At the age of 24 years in 1870, he took his father's firm in his hands. In 1882 at the National Art and Industrial Exhibition in Moscow, the product of his company attracted the attention of the Emperor Alexander III.