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Peter Carl Faberge, imperial jeweler to the Czars of Russia, created his unique artistic creations in the late 1800's by employing the most gifted work-masters, jewelers, goldsmiths and designers that warranted the Faberge trade mark, and were eventually coveted and collected around the world.  Although known most notably for the imperial or "Royal Eggs" which were indeed produced solely for the Czars and now almost all reside in museums around the world, the Faberge workshop created hundreds of styes of not only jewelry, but also decorative arts of all kinds. From sterling silver dinnerware and tea-sets, to clocks and cigarette cases, elegant samovars, picture frames, letter-openers, etc, all were produced and branded with the coveted Faberge name. 

Our store occasionally has pre-revolutionairy Russian antiques, including Faberge, in stock. These are becoming increasingly more rare and expensive.

In contemporary times the Faberge brand still exists, having been resurrected numerous times "officially", but never really matching the uniqueness and highest quality of the original.The Russian American Company in Sitka Alaska in the past was an authorized dealer for the Faberge brand and their exclusive creator Victor Mayer workmasters. Victor Mayer and his team of Germany's finest jewelers were authorized by the Faberge brand owners to recreate unique fine jewelry pieces using the exacting techniques and quality demanded by of the original Faberge. No longer widely available, as the Faberge brand has evolved, we still have a limited existing inventory of this authentic branded 18K contemporary Faberge jewelry in white, yellow or rose gold creations.

In addition, another part of the Faberge family for a while produced Faberge branded ceramic in joint-venture with the famous Lamoge company; as well as producing crystal in St Petersburg Russia with the Faberge trade-mark, which we also once imported and sold but now discontinued.

It is more often found now that "Faberge style" is synonymous with jeweled eggs and egg pendants; and many other companies are offering Faberge reproductions and Faberge style decorative arts and collectables based on the original unique Faberge designs, albiet using base metals, semi-precious austrian crystals and zircons instead of fine diamonds, rubies, and sapphires!

We have Faberge style egg-pendants in sterling silver, decorative egg shaped music boxes decorated in a similar style, and many other decorative and collectable arts available "after the style of Faberge".  Please check out our website for a delightful assortment!