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Fabergé

Fabergé

Peter Carl Fabergé (real name Carl Gustav Faberge) is one of the most famous jewelers of all time, perhaps most known for the Fabergé eggs. For Easter in 1886, the Russian Tsar Alexander III gave his wife, Empress Maria Fedorovna, the first of these eggs, made of gold and covered in jewels, and carrying a miniature "surprise" inside. This Imperial egg began a series of renowned Russian jewels, numbering to 54 in total. Of those orignals, only 45 remain today. The brand Fabergé is without question a mark of exceptional quality, perfect craftsmanship and unique design.