22 April 2016

Ilgiz F. at the Kremlin

Until July 31st 2016, the Kremlin hosts an exhibition of the jeweler Ilgiz Fazulzyanov. These 200 unique enamel pieces mainly inspired by nature were entirely made at his Moscow workshop. Of great beauty and highly sophisticated, they immediately evoke those of René Lalique or Vever during the Art Nouveau period.

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