Lady Fabergé by Fabergé: a brand new collection of timepieces exclusively designed for contemporary and modern women, and that can boast everything we might ever need – perfect manufacturing quality, refinement and authenticity.
This is the Ladies Core Collection for Fabergé, and it enhances all those “core” elements which will for sure generate more refined and stylish interpretations in the future. First of all, it is impossible not to note the timepiece’s proportions: from the case, to the two superimposed elements defining the dial and the hands – all this confers a subtle yet unique personality to these brand new watchmaking creations.
A perfect complement to the feminine wrist, Lady Fabergé timepieces show a peculiar design architecture, that finds its expression in the case design, very much clean yet detailed and sophisticated, and that naturally connects with its strap. The very essence of watch design.
The originality of these creations also lies in those rings that can be found in the case: each of different materials and finish, they pave the way to infinite variations of colours and structure. Another interesting (and curious) detail is the watch’s crown, the reproduction of a decorative note once seen on Fabergé cigarette cases, and embellished by a moonstone.
The dials deserve some more words, as they show two main design directions, the traditional model based on a superimposed disk that presents the Roman numerals as deep-set within the watch, and the ornamental versions that feature hand-guilloche decorations and are covered with translucent grand feu enamel.
The models Lady Fabergé all feature a self-winding Manufacture movement. The calibres are self-winding and make use of an oscillating weight decorated in the Fabergé style. To highlight its preciousness, the movement is manufactured in 22 carat gold, thus giving it the distinction typical of the Haute Horlogerie. Available in boutique in September 2015. CC
Post edited by Claudia Carletti, Jewellery Through Time. All material courtesy of Fabergé Press Office.