Launches collections featuring egg charms & personalised jewellery.

By Deepa Narwani

Fabergé has unveiled its Christmas 2012 jewellery collections with an update to its egg pendant collections and pink and blue eggs designed as Christmas or Christening gifts.


The new range includes the Collier Pur, a Fabergé egg pendant with a lariat-style necklace. The twin egg charms are suspended from a yellow gold and white diamond chain and are crafted from opalescent shades of iridescent pearl, prune or amaranthine enamel.

Its new Les Emaux Impériaux collection features enamel egg charms in opalescent shades of deep crimson, forest green and golden crème. The charms are embellished with white diamonds and guilloche enamelling and can be engraved with personal messages or initials.

The brand has also continued its quilted motif – the same style as featured on the exterior of its London boutique – with the Matelassé collection of wide band statement rings, lariat pendants and stud earrings all featuring the quilted motif.

There have also been additions to its cocktail ring collections with new designs launced with gemstones such as red Burmese spinel, blue sapphire, orange fire opal and emerald, set with white diamonds and platinum.

Fabergé has also unveiled a collection of cufflinks for men, inspired by cigarette cases created in the 19th century. The collection uses archival Fabergé motifs such as the hand-carved sunburst design, carved from rock crystal laid over lapis lazuli and set in white gold, with a precious centre stone of blue sapphire.

For children, enameled egg charms in shades of baby blue and pink are available.