Featured Pattern - Faberge Crystal -
The House of Faberge was founded in 1842 by Gustav Faberge in Czarist Russia. In 1872 his son Carl joined the firm, beginning his apprenticeship at the age of 26. Named a “master goldsmith” 10 years later, Carl took over the firm upon his father’s death in 1882. The St. Petersburg jeweler would become famous worldwide for producing exquisitely intricate, jewel-encrusted eggs for the Czar’s family. From this extraordinary firm Replacements, Ltd. is pleased to offer for the holiday season a magnificent collection of Faberge Crystal water goblets, iced tea glasses, wine glasses, wine hocks, decanters, martini glasses, highball glasses, double old-fashioned glasses, vodka glasses, liqueur glasses, ice buckets, caviar/shrimp icers, vases, bowls, centerpieces, candlesticks, and votive candles. Many of these items are packaged in elegant, lined boxes for presentation as gifts that will be treasured for years to come.
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