The Fabergé Rosebud Egg from 1895 (photo courtesy The Forbes Collection)

Brief History Of Fabulous Fabergé Eggs – Reprise

When they hear the name Fabergé, most people immediately think of the Imperial Easter eggs. This is logical because even today the breathtaking craftsmanship and detailed execution of these objets d’art are the stuff of legends.

Yusupov Fabergé Egg

Parmigiani Fleurier And The Yusupov Fabergé Egg Of 1907 – Reprise

When they hear the name Fabergé, most people immediately think of Imperial Easter eggs. The egg tradition hatched in 1885 when Tsar Alexander III commissioned his first Easter egg from Fabergé as a gift to his wife, Empress Maria Feodor. This became a yearly tradition, with Fabergé creating 49 eggs in total for the Russian court up to 1916. Here we have the story of the Yusupov Egg of 1907 and how it was restored by Parmigiani.

Fabegé Pearl Egg open revealing the rare 12-carat grey pearl inside

Fabergé Pearl Egg: The First Imperial-Class Egg In Nearly 100 Years – Reprise

Many have heard of the famous Fabergé eggs. But why are they so famous? The answer surely lies in where the eggs came from. Celebrating its “rebirth” at Baselworld 2015, Fabergé introduced the first egg of the new era as a unique piece: the incredible Pearl Egg, “the first egg created in the ‘imperial class’ since 1917.”

Rolex Datejust 31

It’s Not Easy Being Green! 4 Verdant Watches To Celebrate A Socially Distanced St. Patrick’s Day 2020 From Rolex, Glashütte Original, Tutima, And Fabergé

Adding some color to what is in most parts of the western world a self-isolated or even quarantined St. Patrick’s Day celebration, Elizabeth Doerr highlights a few watches with eye-catching green dials ranging from about $2,000 all the way up to $89,000.

Zenith Defy El Primero 21 for Only Watch

Here’s Why: The Chronograph Is The New Tourbillon (Archive)

Based on the most popular releases of 2017, it is possible that the almighty tourbillon may about to be usurped by something new and rather old at the same time: the chronograph. In this installment of Joshua Munchow’s “Here’s Why” series, he explores why the chronograph is the new tourbillon.

Faberge Lady Libertine III

Fabergé’s Lady Libertine III Created By Three Exceptional Women: Aurélie Picaud, Fiona Krüger, and Anita Porchet (Archive)

Three is a number full of symbolic power, and Fabergé’s Lady Libertine III is three times lucky in that a trio (or troika, if we wish to allude to Peter Carl Fabergé’s Russian origins) of exceptional women created it: Aurélie Picaud, Fiona Krüger, and Anita Porchet.

Yusupov Fabergé Egg

Parmigiani Fleurier And The Yusupov Fabergé Egg Of 1907

When they hear the name Fabergé, most people immediately think of imperial Easter eggs. The egg tradition hatched in 1885 when Tsar Alexander III commissioned his first Easter egg from Fabergé as a gift to his wife, Empress Maria Feodor. This became a yearly tradition, with Fabergé creating 50 eggs in total for the Russian court up to 1916. Here we have the story of the Yusupov Egg of 1907 and how it was restore by Parmigiani.

The Fabergé Rosebud Egg from 1895 (photo courtesy The Forbes Collection)

Easter Special: A Brief History Of Fabulous Fabergé Eggs (Archive)

When they hear the name Fabergé, most people immediately think of imperial Easter eggs. This is logical because even today the breathtaking craftsmanship and detailed execution of these objets d’art are the stuff of legends.

Fabergé Visionnaire Chronograph ceramic/titanium on the wrist

Fabergé Visionnaire Chronograph: A Coaxial Vision Of Time (Archive)

The holy grail of quick readability for a chronograph is centered, concentrically mounted hands. But making the displays concentric increasingly complicates the center stack of indicators and their staffs or requires the gear train to run alongside the center and display the time elsewhere. The Fabergé Visionnaire Chronograph solves this issue and many more to become one of most interesting chronographs on the market today.

The Fabergé Rosebud Egg from 1895 (photo courtesy The Forbes Collection)

A Brief History Of Fabulous Faberge Eggs

When they hear the name Fabergé, most people immediately think of imperial Easter eggs. This is logical because even today the breathtaking craftsmanship and detailed execution of these objets d’art are the stuff of legends.