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Theo Fabergé Celebrates His 75th Though he is the only living grandson of master craftsman Peter Carl Fabergé, Theo Fabergé spent much of his life refusing to make the ornate Easter eggs for which his ancestor was famous. He changed his mind at the request of a 12-year-old boy in 1979, creating a wood-turned egg that launched a legendary career. In celebration of his 75th birthday this year, Theo Fabergé will embark on a fall U.S. speaking tour looking back on the startling personal history that prompted his artistic self-discovery. Theo was raised as Theo Woodall by an aunt and uncle who posed as his parents. Not until he was 47 years old did a family member reveal to him that his real father was Nicholas Fabergé, one of Carl Fabergé’s four sons, who helped to run the London House of Fabergé in the early 1900s. Theo was an engineer by trade but had a distracting interes
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