Central to the jeweler’s identity, the gorgeous green egg objet with glimmers of gold uses enamel for unparalleled craftsmanship.
March 7, 2023: Fabergé is known for crafting magic in its jewelry with its traditional techniques. Founded in 1842, Fabergé has an illustrious history for creating intricate jewels and the most exquisite eggs. The design for egg-shaped objects was first envisioned by Peter Carl Fabergé, and since then it has continued to convey the maison’s spirit of luxury and craftsmanship.
Bringing precious and colorful stones from Gemfields in its creation, Fabergé launched a limited-edition 18k Yellow Gold Green Guilloché Enamel Egg Objet that reveals a Twin Flower Surprise in the heart.
The egg objet is decorated with a vibrant green guilloché enamel ‘shell’, hand carved with an intricate floral design, and finished with a fine polish. It opens to reveal a charming twin flower surprise sitting upon an 18k yellow gold guilloché base. Each petal is hand-painted with light pink guilloché enamel and each leaf with a light green guilloché enamel.
Standing 65mm high, the egg is mounted on a stand crafted from Carved Bowenite and includes a responsibly sourced Gemfields Zambian cabochon emerald button. The gold rim that encircles the guilloché plate has gold hand hammered into an organic pattern that echoes the shape of the flower buds.
It's not solely the lush color and the opulent stones that evoke elegance, but traditional techniques like guilloché enameling and meticulous hand engraving that makes the egg objet truly unique, and most coveted.
The enchanting egg is available to purchase at selected Fabergé boutiques and on Faberge.com.
- By Pritha Debroy