The House of Fabergé used a kaleidoscope of coloured gemstones in its designs. Emerald, ruby and sapphire were particularly popular, with amethyst, aquamarine, demantoid garnet, topaz, pyropes and cat’s eyes also widely used. Peter Carl Fabergé was particularly concerned with how to cut the gemstones artistically and how to obtain beautiful colour nuances when designing jewellery.
Today, Fabergé preserves this legacy with contemporary jewelled creations using exceptional, ethically-sourced coloured gemstones and innovative designs. Modern Fabergé creations harness revered craftsmanship, artistry and precious materials to capture the essence of its heritage.
Fabergé 'The Art of Colour' Campaign Film