(1922 - 2007)
Theo Faberge was active/lived in England. Theo Faberge is known for objets d'art-ornamental eggs.
Theo Faberge (London, 26 September 1922 - 20 August 2007) was the
grandson of Peter Carl Faberge. His father Nicholas Faberge,
Carl's youngest son, arrived in London in 1906 to help run the only
branch of 'The House of Faberge' outside Russia, in Dover Street,
London. After 1917 Nicholas remained in London, and in 1922 his
son, Theo Faberge was born.
From an early age Theo Faberge had a passion for making objects of a
highly crafted standard. A fascination with the natural beauties
of wood led Theo to explore the techniques of ornamental turning, the
art of deep-cut engraving and sculpting woods, ivories and metals using
precision lathes. He restored a Holtzappfel lathe originating
from 1861, an ... Displaying 750 of 2640 characters.