Newly Hatched Faberge Eggs Are $600,000 Each [Headlines]

Newly Hatched Faberge Eggs Are $600,000 Each [Headlines]
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Jeweled egg pendant necklaces from the house of Faberge are the first since 1917.

Caroline Ku
  • 20 july 2011

It’s been a long gestation, but they’ve finally hatched: Faberge has released an exquisite new collection of jeweled eggs, the house’s first collection of couture eggs since the Russian Revolution in 1917. The Les Fameux de Faberge and Les Frissons de Faberge collections of fine egg pendants have lightweight titanium bases encrusted with diamonds and precious gems; the most dear being the Diaghilev Egg, covered with diamonds and rubies and costing US$600,000 a pop. Luxury Insider.

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