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The recreation of the Amber Room is an event of immense historical and cultural significance that has attracted broad public attention. 
The results of our efforts will be judged by many generations of visitors who come to the Tsarskoye Selo palace to see this “eighth wonder of the world” reborn.
Behind us lay 24 years of endless tests, finds, bitter disappointments and happy discoveries, arguments and patient work, day in, day out. 
All those who at any time were involved in this unique restoration project deserve to be recalled with great gratitude.

 

Boris Igdalov
Director of the Tsarskoselskaya Amber Workshop

News

25.12.2016 - Merry Christmas & Happy New Year 2017!

Dear collegues, partners and friends!

Tsarskoselskaya Amber Workshop takes the time to wish its colleagues, employees, partners and friends a very merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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25.11.2016 - Four great beauties of ancient China

Tsarskoselskaya amber workshop completed a set of decorative panels "Four Beauties of Ancient China". The panels are made of natural Baltic amber in flat mosaic technique, the same as was used in reconstructing the famous Amber Room, with engravings and colouring.  

                   

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15.10.2016 - restoration of the door portal for the Lyons Hall

Tsarskoselskaya Amber Workshop has started restoration of the door portal of Lyons hall for the SMP Tsarskoye Selo. The Lyons Hall - one of the front rooms of the Catherine Palace - in the middle of the XIX century it was part of the private apartments of the crown princess and later Empress Maria Alexandrovna

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05.10.2016 - Amber workshop at the Munich show

Tsarskoselskaya Amber workshop will take part in the Munich Mineralientage - annual gemstone and fossil exhibition. It will take place October 28 - October 30 at the Munich Trade Fair centre. 

 

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24.08.2016 - opening of the Arsenal pavilion (Alexander park)

Today, on August 24th, after an extensive restoration, the main pavilion of the Alexander park - the Arsenal, opened its gothic doors to the first visitors. It now hosts a large exhibition "Imperial Collection of Weapons" created in collaboration with the State Hermitage

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