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Fabergé Transports Us to a Summer Holiday in Provence

By Kelsey Miranda

August 19, 2015

Once home to many influential artists, the picturesque region of Provence, France served as the inspiration to many like Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, and Paul Cézanne. While painting in L’Esaque, a small fishing city west of Marseille, Cézanne remarked “The sun here is so terrific that objects appear silhouetted not only in white or black, but in blue, red, brown, violet.” The jewelry designers of Fabergé were also inspired by the colors of Provence’s landscape, releasing their “Summer in Provence” collection this season.

The breath-taking collection transports you to the beautiful beaches of Marseille or the rolling lavender fields of Mont-Ventoux. Turquoise beads, mother of pearl, baguette emeralds, polished sapphires, and amethysts embody the romanticism of Provence. Fusing cultures together, Fabergé keeps true to its Russian heritage that it is known for. Warm summer breezes create airy moving ribbons of flowers that are found throughout the collection. A limited edition 18ct white gold bracelet rounds your wrist with 93 close-set diamonds and 10 (10.58cts) emeralds, and 144 diamonds embedded in the ribbons of flowers, which are individually created of freshwater mother-of-pearl.

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