I got in on this last one, the temporary Faberge exhibit. One word. STUNNING! All us photographers were given 2 hours to photograph as much as we wanted. I could have spent another 2. There were so many tiny, beautiful trinkets, all with such intricate details that you had to stare. I plan on giving you a brief glimpse of my walk through. If you are in the Houston area while this is here, it's well worth the visit.
|Tiara: By Faberge Workmaster August Holmstrom|
|Statuette: By Faberge Workmaster Mikhail Perkhin|
|Opera Glasses: By Faberge|
|Bonbonniere Eggs: By Faberge workmaster Mikhail Perkhin|
|Kelch Rocaille Egg: By Faberge workmaster Mikhail Perkhin|
|Parrot: By Faberge workmaster Mikhail Perkhin|
|Brooch: By Faberge workmaster Oscar Pihl|
|Scent Bottle: By Faberge|
|Pendant: By Faberge|
|Bell Push: By Faberge workmaster Viktor Aarne|
I had to show off the tiara again. So pretty and sparkly. I'm not a girly girl, but wouldn't mind sporting this for a night.
I'm sure the thing that surprises you about my post (and surprised me at the exhibit) is that there weren't more eggs. There were quite a few, but I had no idea the amount of jewelry, cigarette cases, cufflinks, pins, picture frames, statuettes, etc there was. Seriously amazing exhibit and hope that at least a few of my readers will get the chance to see it. Please let me know if you get to go.
I also cannot wait to go to another Pixel Party. Thank you Houston Museum of Natural Science for an amazing night.