For thirty-two years of work, Karl Faberge created fifty eggs for the royal family, forty-two of which have survived to this day. Continuing the Easter tradition, the modern Faberge company has created a new egg - Pearl.
The Faberge Pearl Egg was created in collaboration with the Qatari Al-Fardan family, which is one of the oldest and most successful selling jewelry in the Persian Gulf. One of the family members, Hussain Ibrahim Al-Fardan, is the owner of the most extensive collection of rare pearls.
To create a modern Faberge egg, the collector has personally selected 139 beautiful snow-white pearls with a golden tint. In addition to them, 3305 diamonds, carved rock crystal and mother-of-pearl were used, and the frame is made of white and yellow gold. Traditionally, an original mechanism is hidden inside the product, which, through rotation, opens six "petals". For about a year, 20 craftsmen - jewelers worked on the creation of the Easter egg!
The most expensive attribute hidden inside the egg is a unique 12.17 carat gray pearl from the Arabian Gulf. Its unusually rare gray shade makes the "gift of the sea" a real hunting item for collectors. Another important 19.44 carat pearl adorns the pearl and diamond necklace that came with the Easter egg.