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- The Ghost of Versailles mansion, a miniature house by Fabergé creative director Katharina Flohr.
- Inside the mansion. Note the ghost in back.
- The mansion in context
- The pink Serpent Egg necklace, inspired by a clock commissioned by Consuelo Vanderbilt, who was one of the first Americans to work with Peter Carl Fabergé.
- The Les Favorites collection of smaller eggs is meant to appeal to younger people.
- A close-up on one of the 60+ pieces in the collection.
- The green Constructivist necklace, which was inspired by Russian Modernism
- Original sketches by Peter Carl Fabergé are displayed throughout the store.
The new Madison Avenue boutique from luxury jewelry line Fabergé plays up the revamped brand's incredible history. The walls are hung with original sketches by Peter Carl Fabergé, who died in 1920, and the collection includes necklaces and earrings inspired by his famous Easter eggs. The best part, though, might be the Ghost of Versailles mansion. Designed by the brand's creative and managing director Katharina Flohr, it's an opulent, doll-sized home haunted by a tiny ghost.
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· Fabergé [Official Site]