Baden-Baden has the world's first museum dedicated to Carl Faberge and his work thanks to Russian collector Alexander Ivanov. He founded the Faberge Museum in Baden-Baden and called it the world’s most expensive publicly available private collection of Russian art. The collection includes more than three thousand exhibits covering all the diversity of Faberge’s work: imperial Easter eggs, commemorative brooches, animal figurines, glassware, seals, and snuff-boxes.
The museum also contains works by other jewelers- Faberge's contemporaries, such as Cartier and Boucheron. The permanent exhibition "Gold of the World" contains 100 gold items of different eras and civilizations, dating to the period of the VI century BC - XX century: adornments of the Aztec and the ancient Greeks, Faberge cigarette cases and others. The museum also has a personal archive of the Faberge family with letters, photographs and a collection of vintage cars.