Fabergé Returns to London in Style

Legendary jewelry brand Fabergé has returned to London with a new boutique for the first time in nearly a century. Located on the corner of Grafton and Bond Streets, the store references its illustrious past with its lilac, guilloche facade inspired by one of Fabergé’s signature designs. In conjunction with the opening, the house released Les Favorites de Fabergé, a collection of more than 60 enameled, engraved, and jeweled egg pendants, starting at $5,000, and clients are invited to work with a store specialist to commission one-of-a-kind pieces. To remind clients of its heritage, the store has a gilt-framed flat-screen television that plays films on its history, footage from Paris couture week, and more. (+44.20.7491.7256, www.faberge.com)

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