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Collection of Faberge eggs comes to the Bellagio

The ornate detail on a Faberge egg.
The ornate detail on a Faberge egg. Image by Cynthia Leduc / CC BY 2.0

The world’s largest collection of Faberge eggs outside of Russia has found a new home in the Bellagio in Las Vegas. Starting on the eleventh of February, the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art will host an event called ‘Art & Wine: A Perfect Pairing’ in which guests can drink wine while learning about the 238 Faberge pieces on display. The event occurs on the second Wednesday of every month. The House of Faberge created the jeweled Easter eggs between 1885 to 1917, most famously as gifts to the czars of Russia. Read more: latimes.com