The award-winning Fabergé documentary comes to cinemas worldwide, unveiling two rare pieces and the extraordinary history of the Fabergé dynasty.
Fabergé: A Life of Its Own charts the rich history behind the iconic luxury brand Fabergé, from the monumental rise of ‘artist jeweller’ Peter Carl Fabergé in the 19th Century to the enduring legacy of Fabergé today.
Brought to screens around the world by leading Event Cinema distributor Arts Alliance, this major cinematic event will offer unprecedented access to renowned private collections, living descendants of the Fabergé family and international Fabergé experts.
In the film viewers are invited to go behind the scenes and discover:
The remarkable story of a lost Imperial Egg
This Imperial Egg, long believed to be lost until its surprise discovery by a scrap metal dealer last year, will be revealed to the public for the very first time, having already been sold privately for an estimated $30 million.
The first ‘Imperial Class’ Egg produced for 99 years
The Pearl Egg, commissioned to mark 100 years since the production of the last Imperial Egg for Tsar Nicolas II, will be unveiled to audiences in exquisite close-up detail. A spectacular objet d’art, it features over 3,000 diamonds and natural pearls.
The compelling history of the Fabergé brand, told by two of Peter Carl Fabergé’s great-granddaughters
Tatiana Fabergé recalls the dramatic upheaval of the House of Fabergé from Russia to Europe during the Russian Revolution, whilst Sarah Fabergé introduces the modern incarnations of Fabergé’s jewellery.
Expert insights into Fabergé’s craftsmanship and success
Interviews with the world’s foremost Fabergé authorities provide fascinating details about the techniques used to create Fabergé masterpieces and explain the centuries-long appeal of this iconic luxury brand.
A Rare Chance To Behold Fabergé and the Era of Opulence
With most Fabergé pieces held in private ownership or confined to a small number of museums, Fabergé: A Life of Its Own will give audiences a rare chance to experience these magnificent creations on the big screen, and the only opportunity to see two historical pieces before they return to the secrecy of their very private collections. In cinemas 29 June for a limited time only
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