Fabergé Jewellery

Founded in 1842 in Saint Petersburg, Russia, by Gustav Fabergé, these extraordinary objects d’art are a timeless investment from an iconic artistic jeweller. This stunning collection of luxury jewellery highlights the attention to detail and creative flair of these pieces. Enjoy a range of Fabergé pieces, including the classic Fabergé eggs, iconic rings and more, here at Lumbers Jewellers.

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About Fabergé

Fabergé is a renowned name in the world of luxury and jewellery. Founded in 1842 in St. Petersburg, Russia, by Gustav Fabergé, intricate designs and impeccable craftsmanship quickly made him a favourite among the Russian nobility.

In 1885, Gustav's son, Peter, was commissioned by Tsar Alexander III to create an Easter egg for his wife, Empress Maria Fedorovna. The result was the now-famous "Hen Egg," made of gold and enamel, featuring a golden “yolk” that opened to reveal a golden hen sitting on golden straw. But the hen also held a surprise: a tiny diamond replica of the imperial crown and a ruby pendant. The Empress was so delighted with the egg that she commissioned Fabergé to make a new one each year, and thus began a tradition that lasted for over 30 years.

Today, the Fabergé eggs are synonymous with luxury and opulence, and the brand Fabergé is also producing high-end jewellery and objets d'art. It continues to be a symbol of luxury and elegance around the world.

Exceptional Creations

For the romantics and those who love objects of art, Fabergé treasures are the perfect gift. These masterpieces are set with the finest gemstone, yet they are easy to wear. Today, Fabergé remains one of the top jewellery investments, as its designs are collectable.

At Lumbers, we offer a beautiful selection of Fabergé pieces, including the infamous and sparkly Fabergé egg pendants. Whether you're looking for a special gift for a loved one or a gift for yourself, our collection is sure to delight and impress.