The Council was formed in 2007 to counsel the unified Fabergé brand in its pursuit of excellence and exclusivity and to advise and provide guidance on Peter Carl Fabergé and his legacy. Founder members are Sarah Fabergé, Peter Carl Fabergé’s Great Granddaughter who is also Fabergé’s Director of Special Projects and John Andrew, a connoisseur and Fabergé’s Archivist. The third member is the world-renowned Fabergé expert, Dr Géza von Habsburg who is also Fabergé’s Curatorial Director. Past founder members were Theo Fabergé 1922-2007 and Tatiana Fabergé 1930-2020.
A great-granddaughter of Peter Carl Fabergé, Sarah, like her late father Theo has always been interested in the arts. A creative at heart, she pursued a career in management training and development until she decided to follow in her father’s footsteps when invited to design and approve designs for a company called the Saint Petersburg Collection.
Sarah maintained both careers until 2007 when she resigned from the Saint Petersburg Collection to work solely with Fabergé Limited with the objective of helping to resurrect and reposition Fabergé as a creator of high and fine jewellery and objet d’art. Her son Joshua is a member of Fabergé’s By Appointment Team.
A keen supporter of the artisan and individual craftsmanship, Sarah is a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Turners, one of the oldest Livery Companies in the City of London. It supports the craft of turning on a lathe and aims to raise the profile of this unique art through its Wizardry in Wood exhibitions and competitions.
As a founding member of the Fabergé Heritage Council and Director of Special Projects, she works closely with the Fabergé team and, as an ambassador for the company, represents Fabergé at a variety of events both in the UK and overseas.
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