Karl Fabergé is one of the most famous goldsmiths in Russia of the 19th century. It is noteworthy that his talent, despite his German and French origins, was formed in Russia, to become part of the Russian jewelery school.
Fabergé and his many workshops were the official suppliers of jewelery to the Russian Tsarist court. There is no doubt that his name has become a legend and a symbol of compassion. However, in addition to this remarkable famous artist, several distinct schools of craftwork were formed in Russia in Moscow and St. Petersburg, which are no less gentle and beautiful than his school, and also became an official supplier of the imperial court. Among the prominent names that left a tangible impact in this art: Pavel Uvchenikov, Fyodor Verkhovtsev, Fyodor Rocherert and others.