Fabergé, the Russian high-end jewelry brand, has unveiled its first store in London after a gap of nearly a century.
The House of Fabergé, known for its famous bejeweled Easter eggs, maintains the highest standards in its creations, in a range of work of high quality and intricate details. The brand's new store is opening at Grafton Street in Mayfair, apart from new outlets in New York and Harrods.
It was in the year 1915 that the brand closed the last of its Fabergé London stores when Russian resources were sent back home at the start of the World War I. In fact, the government took over the brand and shut it down after the Bolshevik Revolution.
The brand, later, reportedly fell in the hands of the owner of Domestos and Persil which is a high-end perfume and cosmetics brand. The Telegraph reported that later the brand was sold to a South African investment company, Pallinghurst Resources.
The luxury brand has items ranging from around $6,570 to a staggering $2.78 million for an expensive yellow diamond ring.
According to media reports, the opening of the shop comes after a number of luxury goods brands, such as Burberry, Mulberry and Gucci, reported large increases in sales from their London shops.