The Faberge family is well known for their artworks and especially the Faberge Eggs; miniature eggs made between 1885 and 1917 worn as necklaces. Today the Faberge House is recreating some modern jewellery, such as this white gold bracelet with diamonds and precious stones inspired by the Russian princesses’ hairstyles of the 20th century.
Containing more than 300 pieces, the Faberge Jewellery collection still delivers precious pieces today. Reinventing the Kokoshnik Bracelet from the Russian Seasons line. This special piece, as mentioned above, describes the most beautiful hairstyles of the Russian princesses within the Tsars courts.
An 18 karats white gold bracelet, with diamonds and precious stones creating a graphic yet delicate feel imitating the crowns and tiaras of the princesses and the nobles’ ladies of the time.
Every season the French Jewellery house goes back into the archives and decides to reproduce certain iconic pieces. Along with the Kokoshnik Bracelet, the magnificent Romanov Necklace, white gold, diamonds and emeralds appears this season. This unique piece is inspired from a drawing made in 1885 by Agathon Faberge, brother of Peter Carl Faberge; defining the starting point in the creation. It took two months for the designs to be finalized and fourteen months for the Faberge team to produce this particular piece containing over 2,225 stones!
The Faberge house is well known for their delicate and fine work, highly sophisticated and luxurious items. Today it is all about reinventing the brand’s signature into modern pieces yet classy holding within history and culture.
By Nathalie Akkaoui - Fashion Writer for A-SHU.CO.UK.