The Russian jewelry house plunders its archives once again for a striking white gold, diamond and emerald necklace, inspired by an original design from 1885.
Each season, the house of Fabergé opens the doors to its archive rooms bring us a new episode from its long history, which began at the beginning of the last century under the golden domes of Saint Petersburg. After the re-release of the Solyanka rings, originally given to a rich Moscow trader and found by chance a few years later in the ruins of his house, the Russian jeweler has revisited another exceptional heritage piece. The starting point for the Romanov necklace was an original sketch from 1885 by Agathon Fabergé, younger brother of Peter Carl Fabergé. In white gold, diamonds and emeralds, the numbers surrounding the piece are impressive: after a two-month design process, it took Fabergé teams 14 months to set the 2,225 stones. A real treasure, which just for a moment brings back the whirling waltzes and sparkling diamonds of the ladies of the Romanov court.