Luxury jeweller Fabergé launches first London store since 1915

Luxury jewellery company Fabergé has opened its first London shop since 1915 in central London, with interiors designed in-house by managing and creative director Katharina Flohr.

The Grafton Street store features a patterned lilac façade and gold detailing. The exteriors aim to reference the guilloches and enamel techniques used by Fabergé in creating its famous eggs, and as seen on its timepiece designs.

Faberge London
Faberge London

Black stairs lead to a gold door-frame surrounding a Fabergé-branded clear-glass door. Small windows formed from clear panels on the exterior reveal the interiors, and the products on show.

Faberge London
Faberge London

The lilac and gold colour palette extends to the interiors, which feature large bouquets of flowers, lilac chairs and table decorations and ornate black and gold furniture and light fittings.

Faberge London
Faberge London

Fabergé is also due to open a store in New York in spring 2012.

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  • trini November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    beautiful and fine looking!

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