Faberge Egg Exhibit at Houston Museum of Fine Arts

Looking for a fancy Easter egg? If you have heard of Faberge, you know you can’t get any fancier than that. Where else can you take Easter eggs, bling them up, and show them off; but in the Houston Museum of Fine Arts.

At the museum they always have special exhibits that are quite impressive, but with Easter just around the corner, why not take some time and go take a look at the Easter eggs of the Romanov family? There are over 350 pieces in this exhibit which includes two breath-taking Faberge eggs.

In the grandeur of all of the exquisite pieces, the Diamond Trellis Imperial Egg is one of the most celebrated Kelch Eggs. Besides the newest additions the exhibit has so many of the precious past eggs like the Nobel Ice Egg along with other pieces from the House of Faberge.

With Easter coming up, take a break and see these beautiful and amazing historical pieces from the late 19th and early 20th century. If you can’t make it over Easter weekend, take your time since this jaw dropping exhibit will be available to look at until December 31, 2013. 

For more information, visit www.hmns.org.

Don’t forget to take the time to let us know what you thought of the exhibit and which piece took your breath away.