Since 1989

From 1885 to 1916 fifty-four Easter eggs were created for the Russian imperial family.

They remain unequaled.

The House of Fabergé crafted objets de fantaisie for discriminating collectors all over Europe.

Their variety was matchless, their elegance subdued.

They were never meant for the first glance.

They await—they provoke—the last sigh.

So it can be with a legacy story.

Carl Fabergé died in Switzerland in 1920. Nearly everything in Europe had been wrecked.

The little things lasted.

Commission Wingate & Wingate, Writers.

Your legacy story can last as long as an egg.

(Only ten are left in Russia.)
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