Princess St. Alexandra and St. Nicholas the Miracle Worker Diptych (Primary Title)

Fabergé firm, Russian, 1842 - 1917 (Manufacturer)
Erik August Kollin (Workmaster)

Archives
before 1899
Russian
oil on panel, silver, turquoises, garnets, pearls
St. Petersburg, Russia
Overall: 4 1/2 × 6 3/4 × 3/4 in. (11.4 × 17.1 × 1.9 cm)
47.20.21
The inscription on this icon indicates that it was presented to Tsar Nicholas II and his wife, Empress Alexandra, by courtiers after his accession to the throne in 1894.
Fabergé, initials of workmaster Erik Kollin, assay mark of St. Petersburg before 1899, 84 zolotnik
Bequest of Lillian Thomas Pratt
Fabergé Revealed, Palace Museum, Beijing, China, April 16 - July 17, 2016

Fabergé: Jeweler to the Tsars, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, June 20 – September 27, 2015

Fabergé Revealed, Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art, Las Vegas, Nevada, November 14, 2014 - May 25, 2015

Fabulous Fabergé, Jeweler to the Czars, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, June 14 - October 12, 2014

Fabergé Revealed, Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts, June 22 - September 29, 2013

Fabergé: The Rise and Fall, Detroit Institute of Art, October 14, 2012 - January 21, 2013

Collector of the Year, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, February 6 - March 13, 1983.
Dr. Geza von Habsburg. Faberge Revealed: At the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. New York: Skira Rizzoli Publications, Inc., 2011. p. 150. illus. 13.

Ross, Faberge in the Post Collection, p.126.
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