NEW YORK — Fabergé’s Golden Peacock Egg — valued at $20 million and part of Maurice Sandoz’s The Sandoz Collection — is being seen by the U.S. public for the first time since Sandoz purchased it.
This and other pieces the renowned collector acquired from Peter Carl Fabergé — along with two new watches from co-sponsor Parmigiani Fleurier — are just some of the items on display at “Mechanical Wonders: Antique Automatons and Contemporary Watchmaking,” an exhibit that runs through Nov. 26 at A La Vieille Russie here. It is the first time Sandoz’s entire collection of Fabergé pieces and watches has been seen in its entirely in the U.S.
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