Fabergé jewellery collection is flashy artistry
No stranger to jewel-encrusted trinkets, Russian jeweller Fabergé ventures into the high-end world of jewellery design for its latest collection.
Each item is encrusted with tiny gems often edging into the thousands which are used to create a mosaic effect on the rings, necklaces, earrings and brooches featured in the collection.
Not surprising considered their heavy jewel contingent, prices for the collection range between €40,000 and €7 million per piece.
The collection will be exclusively available online, although the shopping experience will differ considerably from traditional web-based stores.
Interested clients can view their desired pieces online where they are paired with a personal sales advisor who is on hand to supply any information on the jewels that clients may require.
If needed, the sales advisor will even fly to the client from the Fabergé’s base in Geneva so they can catch a glimpse of the jewellery first-hand.
Fabergé has earned fame with its collection of jewel-encrusted Easter Eggs created for the Russian Tsars in the 18th century. Made of precious metals and adorned with enamel and jewels, the Eggs appear every now and then for auction.
"Not surprising considered their heavy jewel contingent, prices for the collection range between €40,000 and €7 million per piece."