Fabergé Unveils the Centenary Egg

To commemorate 100 years since Peter Carl Fabergé passed away, Fabergé has crafted an extraordinary, one-of-a-kind egg objet. Handcrafted in 18k yellow gold, and weighing an astonishing 10kg, this unique objet takes inspiration from the first-ever Imperial egg, the 1885 Hen Egg, as well as the 1887 Third Imperial Egg. The Centenary Egg, set to be a future heirloom, features gold fluting, a technique for which Peter Carl Fabergé was renowned, and which featured heavily in his early works of art. The egg is also set with spectacular Gemfields Mozambican rubies and Zambian emeralds, giving it a contemporary and colourful twist and complementing the white diamonds which line its circumference.

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