The New Fabergé Egg

Created with With Al-Fardan Family it´s a $2 million Egg.

Daniel Nicols. 12/03/2015
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Fabergé is delighted to celebrate these “jewels of the sea” in the exquisite Fabergé Pearl Egg which has been unveiled at the ongoing Doha Watch and Jewellery Exhibition. Click for more information

Fabergé has crafted a one-off egg objet in collaboration with the Al-Fardan family. The Fabergé Pearl Egg is the first egg created in the Imperial Class since 1917. The egg draws inspiration from the formation of a pearl within an oyster, and the egg’s mother-of-pearl exterior opens to reveal a grey pearl of 12.17 carats, sourced from the Arabian Gulf and exhibiting exceptional purity and a highly unusual shade of grey

The work of 20 highly skilled craftspeople, the objet embodies 139 fine, white pearls with a golden lustre, 3,305 diamonds, carved rock crystal and mother-of-pearl set on white and yellow gold. Each pearl on the Fabergé Pearl Egg was hand-selected by Hussain Ibrahim Al-Fardan from his private collection. A mechanism enables the outer shell to rotate on its base, simultaneously opening in six sections to unveil its treasure.

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The Pearl Egg is accompanied by a Fabergé necklace of white pearls, diamonds and mother of pearl featuring a scallop motif, and finished with a 19.44-carat white pearl drop. Valued at $2 million, the Pearl Egg has been made by the House of Fabergé to pay homage to the forthcoming centenary of the last Fabergé Imperial Eggs ever delivered. The Al-Fardan family of Qatar is one of the oldest and most successful traditional pearl merchants in the Gulf.

Hussain Ibrahim Al-Fardan, chairman of the Alfardan Group, said: “I have a passion for natural pearls and it took me many years to build my current collection gathering some of the most extraordinary pearls in the world. Fabergé has a great history in making jewellery for royalty and a truly precious Fabergé Egg is a luxury treasure and the symbol of a long-gone era of opulence. This is why I partnered with Fabergé to combine these two traditional treasures: the Fabergé Egg and natural Arabian Gulf pearls, to create an exceptional piece”.

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