June 2014 - Fabergé introduces the Fabergé Rococo collection, a modern take on rococo style, reinterpreting the iconic scroll motif through a sumptuous collection that celebrates Fabergé’s illustrious heritage, technical virtuosity and artistry.
The collection takes inspiration from the gold scrolls featured on the legendary Rocaille Egg, an original Fabergé Easter Egg created in 1902 for Russian heiress Varvara Kelkh, which recalls 18th century Louis XVI style and the rococo artistic movement.
Additionally, scrolls were a prominent feature on historic jewellery and decorative Fabergé pieces such as cigarette cases, fans and picture frames.
The Fabergé Rococo jewels form sensual arabesques of precious gems in an ode to colour, the swirls interspersed in a kaleidoscope of colours, through mosaic pavé setting combined with significant centre stones.
Exuberant jewellery designs range from cocktail rings and bracelets to necklaces and drop earrings, all set with exquisite, rare centre stones.
These opulent coloured gemstone suites feature perfectly matched, large dusky pink and purple spinels, vivid emeralds, luminous amethysts and radiant aquamarines.
Fine jewellery creations include openwork rings, wide cuffs and pendants, pavé-set with vibrant multi-coloured gems or white diamonds.
The Fabergé Rococo collection is also available in a feminine rose gold version, for a contemporary yet distinctively Fabergé look.
The pieces include Gemfields emeralds.
The collection is launching in Fabergé stores this September.