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Fabergé

Jeweler of the tsars; famous for their eggs; with a Russian heritage; acquired by Gemfields- the largest emerald mine in the world; collaborates with Agenhor to develop outstanding mechanical watch movements… throughout the decennies, Fabergé has installed its reputation as watch and jewelry brand respected in the industry.

Behind the name Fabergé stands a history of family-owned firm of  art and antique dealers, specialising in fine jewelry and  for crafting the famous eggs that came to become a status symbol for noble men and royalties across Europe. With a bespoke legacy in jewelry-making, the house of Fabergé master jewellers redefined the world of haute joaillerie by dripping their pieces with diamonds and precious gemstones.

Highly collectible, Fabergé’s intricate jewel-encrusted eggs create for the Russian tsars made the jewellery house world-famous. After several resells and restructures the brand continues to be faithful to the original aesthetic of its founder Peter Carl Fabergé, who envisioned unsurpassed standards of design and workmanship. This is evidenced by the Les Fabuleuses line, the first to be launched after nearly 90 years, which set new standards for the luxury industry. The opulent magnificence of multi-coloured precious stones was accentuated through a beautiful mosaic effect in the order they were laid out in shimmering pave. The strong marine theme of the collection was certainly something unusual and unexpected, but very eye-catching and impressive and a testament to the successful collaboration between famed Parisian artist-jeweller Frederic Zaavy and creative director Katharina Flohr.

Today, the house of Fabergé continues to reap world fame with exquisite and artistic use of colour, making the most of each gemstone’s unique characteristics and developing a vibrant enamel palette. Drawing inspiration from the family’s tumultuous past, the brand continues to present eternally original pieces of breath-taking individuality and quality.

Celebrating the concept of the artist-jeweller in today’s world of luxury, Fabergé brings together creativity, design and craftsmanship for creations of unparalleled delicacy and splendour with all of their creations designed to become treasured future heirlooms.

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Treillage Multi-coloured Rose Gold Matt Wide Ring features round white diamonds, blue and pink sapphires, rubies, tsavorites, fire opals and amethysts, mounted on matt rose gold.
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Emotion Blue Sapphire Ring features round blue sapphires, mounted on white gold.
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Summer in Provence Multi-Coloured timepiece mounted on white gold dial set with diamonds, Paraiba tourmalines, emeralds, blue sapphires, pink sapphires, freshwater mother-of-pearl flowers, turquoise leaves and green grand feu enamel stripes.  
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The Faberge Pearl Egg
Gustav Fabergé opens Fabergé’s first jewellery store in a basement shop.
1842
Tsar Alexander III commissions the House of Fabergé to make an Easter egg as a gift for his wife, the Empress Maria Fedorovna.
1885
The House of Fabergé is nationalised by the Bolsheviks.
1918
Alexander and Eugéne open Fabergé et Cie in Paris.
1924
The Rothschild Fabergé Egg is auctioned at Christie's in London for £8.98 million.
2007
Fabergé launches its first collection of high jewellery as well as its website.
2009
Two collections of egg pendants, including a dozen high jewellery eggs are launched.
2011
Fabergé revives its tradition of making the Imperial Egg.
2015