Wednesday, December 12, 2007

The Modern Face of Faberge - Part II

So what happened to the original Faberge? After years of renowned fame and official goldsmith to the Russian court, Faberge was sold to its employees amidst the October revolution in 1917. Two of his sons started the successor Faberge Co. and it was sold to Unilever in 1989. Faberge is now owned by a russian diamond company as of 2007. How appropriate. The jewelry license was given to Victor Mayer who owns it to this day. Victor Mayer is a German jeweler.

Faberge - Victor Mayer now designs and
makes all Faberge jewelry.

Russian American Company - This company
has a limited offering of Faberge items.

A La Vieille Russie - New York based antiques
company who also deals in original Faberge pieces.

Masterpiece Jewels - Has a broad range and wonderful
selection of modern Faberge jewelry and pieces.
A modern Faberge Ad.

Modern Faberge Bottle stoppers.
Faberge Pendant. Faberge Perfume Bottle.


Colorful Faberge Crystal ware.
A fun Faberge egg shaped beer stein. Never thought I would see a beer stein
in the shape of an egg. Right: Fashionable Black crystal ware.

This dog is so cute and I have always loved the color
and rich hues of Malachite.


Malachite frame in a traditional Russian style.

4 comments:

Jennifer said...

Hi Alkemie. I love the crystal ware. We're having a Christmas open house this weekend, and they would look so beautiful on my table!

The Paris Apartment said...

What a beautiful collection you've put together! So glad you found me. Would you like to exchange blog links?

All Things Bright and Beautiful... said...

Amelkie - that glassware is beautiful - I didnt know they did glasses! Great post and very interesting

Alkemie said...

I love crystal too :) The colors are so pretty. Glad you enjoyed the collection of photos.

Claudia - I would love to exchange links. I love your work and your boutique!

Karen