The Shoot: Fabergé And The Art Of The Heirloom

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Fabergé is renowned for its breathtaking jewel-encrusted Easter eggs, first crafted for Russian Tsars by Russian jeweller Gustav Fabergé in 1842. After passing down the business to his son Peter Carl Fabergé, the famed Maison expanded its repertoire to include high jewellery and timepieces. Here, MOJEH celebrates all things platinum, precious stones and diamonds with an exclusive photoshoot.

The Shoot: Fabergé And The Art Of The Heirloom

Fabergé X James Ganh White And Rose Gold Pear Cut Morganite And Diamond Necklace

Fabergé joined forces with jeweller James Ganh for a capsule collection in September 2020, where he became the first featured artist to work with the Maison. The collection celebrates a life in colour with kaleidoscopic gemstones cut with state-of-the-art technology; emeralds, rubies and pink opals command attention. Elsewhere, Mann photographs the exquisite Summer in Provence Multicoloured Sapphire Watch. The limited-edition timepiece combines creativity and craftsmanship to capture the vibrancy of the South of France, doing so with a kaleidoscopic mix of emeralds, Paraíba tourmalines, sapphires and Mother of Pearl.

The Shoot: Fabergé And The Art Of The Heirloom

Fabergé Imperial Impératrice White Gold & Ruby Tassel Earrings And Summer In Provence Multicoloured Sapphire Watch

And how could you celebrate the Maison without its world-famous Easter eggs? Featured in MOJEH, the Fabergé Emotion Egg Drop earrings boast sapphires, red rubies, green emeralds, green tsavorites and white diamonds, while the Imperial White Gold Blue Sapphire Egg Pendant features invisible-set princess-cut blue sapphires and is inspired by the Imperial Romanov court. Explore the shoot above.

Photographer: Mann | Styling and creative direction: Kelly Baldwin | Hair and makeup artist: Ivan Kuz | Model: Ann at MMG Models | Styling assistant: Marina Lima

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