In 1882 Peter Carl Fabergé took over his father’s very ordinary jewellery business. Together with his brother Agathon, he quickly transformed it into an international phenomenon. The success of the two brothers was changing the nature of the business. Out went the then fashionable style where diamonds prevailed. In came the design-led artist-jeweller with a penchant for colour through both stones and reviving the lost art of enamelling. They added objets deluxe to their repertoire, including objets de fantaisie such as the Imperial Easter Eggs, now regarded as pinnacles of the goldsmiths’ art. Today these are treasured in some of the world’s leading museums and private collections. The craftsmanship of all their creations was of the very finest standard. This formula of design and craftsmanship made Fabergé irresistible and the ultimate objects to own, as well as the gift of choice.
House of Fabergé is known for their exquisite designs, jewelled eggs and collections. Many of the jewellery creations they design take inspiration from the original Fabergé Russian eggs, and by capturing their refinement, cultural richness and technical perfection the brand has created a jewellery line that is completely unique. The Rococo, Treillage and Imperial ranges have become some of C W Sellors most successful collections, all of which are designed to be easy to wear while continuing to celebrate the tradition of meticulous craftsmanship for which Fabergé is famous.