The name Fabergé has always been synonymous with luxury. The company can trace its origins to 1882 when Peter Carl Fabergé took over his father’s jewellery business. Working alongside his brother, Agathon, Peter Carl transformed the company, attracting the patronage of an affluent clientele and even royalty.
Perhaps the most iconic items to be produced by Fabergé were the Imperial Easter Eggs created for the Royal Imperial family between 1885 and 1916. These were lovingly crafted while Peter Carl Fabergé was running the luxury Maison.
The Imperial Easter Eggs were often embellished with guilloché, enamelling and precious stones. Furthermore, many of the eggs contained a surprise, examples of which included a miniature carriage, a bird automaton and diamond set watch.
Today, the brand offers a beautiful selection of jewellery, objets d’art and an array of high-end timepieces. Despite the passage of time, the company continues to imbue several of its products with ‘surprises’ for the delectation of connoisseurs. Over the years, the company has witnessed history and changing events but it has never wavered from creating items of beauty, rich in grandeur.