Fabergé Extends Treillage Collection With New Jewels

By Paul Joseph

Iconic Russian jewellery house Fabergé has added a new selection of trinkets to its popular Treillage collection.

The new additions, which include polished and matt rings, earrings and a lariat necklace, boast evocative design, with soft, tactile gem-set quilting, and are billed as “representing the perfect marriage of heritage and modernity that is so much part of the ethos of Fabergé today”.

Amongst the highlights of the new collection is the new Bandeau ring, featuring sculptural yet sleek design that contrasts with the softness of the sensual polished gold cushions, punctuated with white diamonds.

Available in matt or polished white and rose gold, in a choice of wide and slim styles, and studded with white diamonds or coloured gemstones, the rings can be purchased at a starting price of £3,628.

The collections are available at Fabergé boutiques in New York, London and Geneva, as well as at concessions within Harrods in London and Lane Crawford IFC in Hong Kong.

The House of Fabergé was founded in St. Petersburg, Russia in 1842.

By Paul Joseph