Fabergé (esb. 1842) is an artist jeweler creating jewelry, timepieces, and objets d’art. Founded in 1842 by Peter Carl Fabergé, who was the official goldsmith of the Russian Imperial Court, the house created jewels and objects, including the series of Imperial Easter Eggs. The founder was renowned for his use of color and developing a rich enamel palette. His craft attracted royalty, nobility, and industrialists in Paris, Moscow, London as well as America and the Far East. Following its founder’s death, the Fabergé heirs lost the rights to the Fabergé name, but in 2007, Fabergé, under new ownership and direction, announced the reunification of the Fabergé brand with the Fabergé family.