Fabergé delights in producing the unexpected for its timepieces, much like the famous Imperial Easter Eggs for which the house is famous.
  • About

    About Fabergé

    As official goldsmith to the Imperial Court of Russia, Peter Carl Fabergé enjoyed access to the Hermitage collection, which allowed him to develop a unique style for the pieces he produced, which ranged from jewellery to automata that fused art with technology. Fabergé’s unique series of exquisite Imperial Easter Eggs have since become a byword for the house. When the Russian revolution brought an abrupt end to the Romanov dynasty and Fabergé was nationalized, Peter Carl Fabergé and his family were forced to flee Russia. On Peter Carl Fabergé’s death, the family’s heirs lost their rights to the Fabergé name in the 1950s. In 2007, however, Pallinghurst acquired Fabergé and re-established the link with the Fabergé family inheritor, paving the way for a complete revitalization of the Fabergé brand by continuing the philosophy followed by Peter Carl Fabergé of working with master craftsmen.
  • Philosophy

    Fabergé's philosophy

    Although more famous for his jewellery and precious objects, the artist jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé also turned his hand to timepieces, including table clocks and wrist watches. The Fabergé timepiece collection is designed to evoke the same creative genius with the use of precious materials in combination with distinctive patterns and proportions. Each individual timepiece, whether it be a relatively simple or highly complicated model, has one core quality: the unexpected. Each is intended to be a work of art in its own right but also act as an experimental laboratory for testing new ideas about the world and aesthetics.
  • 5 key dates

    Fabergé's 5 key dates

    1842 : Fabergé is founded
    1846 : Peter Carl Fabergé is born
    1885 : Fabergé creates the first of its Imperial Easter eggs 
    1917 : The House of Fabergé is nationalized after the Russian revolution
    2007 : Under new ownership, the Fabergé brand is reunited with the Fabergé family
  • Collections

    Fabergé's collections

    Fabergé Flirt: A classic two-hand design with a contrasting case band and three-dimensional dial, the Fabergé Flirt works well on the wrist of a man or woman thanks to a choice of precious metal cases, numerous colour combinations and two different sizes. It is powered by a self-winding mechanical movement.

    Lady Compliquée :  Inspired by famous Fabergé egg designs, the Lady Compliquée collection uses a specially  designed hand-wound mechanical movement to power a fan-shaped off-centred minute display surrounded by a rotating hour disc.

    Summer in Provence : Incorporating the skills of the jeweller, the gem-setter and the enameller, the Summer in Provence limited editions allude to the colours of the Mediterranean with an exquisite combination of rare gemstones and grand feu enamel.

    Fabergé Visionnaire : Mixing platinum or gold with colour-treated titanium, the limited-edition Fabergé Visionnaire I offers a contemporary geometric design to house, and reveal, the flying tourbillon of the hand-wound TOF14 movement developed by APRP.  

  • Contact

    Contact Fabergé

    23 King Street
    UK - London SW1Y6QY

    T. +44 (0) 20 7659 4950

    42, Grand-Puits
    CH - 1217 Meyrin/Genève

    Official website
    Contact Fabergé




Video. Visionnaire DTZ

— Fabergé illustrates the masculine prowess of the Visionnaire DTZ with a new film introducing the man behind the watch.
Fabergé Visionnaire DTZ © Fabergé


GPHG 2016

— Fabergé has won the 2016 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève in the ‘Travel Time’ category with its Visionnaire DTZ timepiece.


Visionnaire DTZ

— The Visionnaire DTZ model offers a very intuitive GMT display.
GPHG 2016 Palmarès

GPHG 2016

The winners

— The complete list of winners of the 2016 Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève.
faberge visionnaire DTZ


At Salon QP

— Fabergé took part in SalonQP and showcased its latest gentlemen’s timepiece, Visionnaire DTZ
GPHG 2015

GPHG 2016

The watch industry’s thousand and one nights

— While the 16th prize-giving ceremony of the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève will last only one night, that of November 10th 2016 the men and women who have created some of the 72 pre-selected watches have in some cases spent a thousand and one nights on developing them.
GPHG 2016 men's watches

GPHG 2016

Men's watches: A category big on small seconds

— The rather arbitrary rules for submitting watches in the Men's category define the entrants this year.


Richemont helping to train the watchmakers of tomorrow

— Blue dials from Panerai, training from Richemont, more GPHG analysis and a watch dedicated to Van Gogh.