Fabergé is a family of Russian jewelry designers most famous for their Fabergé eggs. The company was founded in 1842, when Peter Carl Fabergé became the official goldsmith to the Russian Imperial Court. The Fabergé house created exquisite jewels and objects, including their series of Imperial Easter Eggs. These are designed to resemble Easter eggs and are made out of precious metals, enamel, and lavish gemstones. The Imperial Easter Eggs feature various designs such as abstract patterns, religious and historical scenes, and plants and animals. The original Fabergé eggs were made by Fabergé and his company between 1885 and 1917. Over the course of the 20th century, the name Fabergé was licensed to a number of companies for marketing egg-themed jewelry and decor. In 2013, Fabergé was aquired by Gemfields, a world leading supplier of ethically-sourced colored gemstones. The brand continues its tradition of designing elaborate gemstone jewelry featuring miniature Fabergé eggs.
Current collections are available at Faberge boutiques in New York, London, and other exclusive international retailers.