Fabergé, one of the most sought after Russian jewellers since the time of the Russian royalty, after their re-launch in 2009 are busy spreading their mystique and charm, keeping in mind the modern woman of today. Their latest launch Rococo collection has attracted many jewellery lovers globally.
The collection is a modern take on the elaborate ‘Rococo’ style, reinterpreting gold scrolls embellished with multi coloured gemstones celebrating Fabergé’s illustrious heritage, technical virtuosity and artistry.
The collection takes inspiration from the gold scrolls featured on the legendary Rocaille Egg, an original Fabergé Easter Egg created in 1902 for Russian heiress Varvara Kelkh, which recalls 18th century Louis XVI style and the rococo artistic movement. Additionally, scrolls were a prominent feature on historic jewellery and decorative Fabergé pieces such as cigarette cases, fans and picture frames.
It was their elaborately decorated eggs that made them the personal goldsmiths for the Russian royalties in the late 19th & early 20th century and even now, the jeweller still continues to bewitch us with their eggs. The charming egg pendant from the Rococco collection is a see-through beauty, decorated with pave studded gold swirl cutouts embellished with a vivid array of gemstones.
The collection also features exquisite cocktail rings and bracelets to necklaces and drop earrings, all set with exquisite, rare centre stones. These opulent coloured gemstone suites feature perfectly matched, large dusky pink and purple spinels, vivid emeralds, luminous amethysts and radiant aquamarines. The Fabergé Rococo collection is also available in a feminine rose gold version, for a contemporary yet distinctively Fabergé look.