Posted by: Sonali Velinker Kamat on October 15, 2014
True connoisseurs are delighted by gems that sparkle for more than sparkle’s sake. When a jewel has a place in history, its allure is unmatched. And that is where the story of the latest Fabergé Rococo collection begins. Taking inspiration from the gold scrolls featured on the legendary Rocaille Egg — an original Fabergé Easter Egg created in 1902 for Russian heiress VarvaraKelkh — this collection from Fabergé revisits the 18thcentury Louis XVI style and the rococo artistic movement.
Our favourite, the ‘Rococo Multi-coloured Yellow Gold High Jewellery Egg Pendant,’ features over 1,000 round diamonds, round and buff top Mozambican rubies, blue, pink, purple, yellow and orange sapphires, tsavorites, aquamarines, Paraiba tourmalines, amethysts and emeralds set in 18-carat yellow gold with black rhodium. Offered on an oval trace chain with six multi-stone set motifs and a multi-stone set snap, this modern-day Fabergé masterpiece makes an inspiring statement as a gift or a collectable.
For the lady you love, or as a family-owned keepsake that is sure to become a treasured heirloom, 2014’s Fabergé Rococo collection is an extravagance you must indulge — especially if you have a weakness for narrative-imbued jewels.