Faberge you Say?

At the turn of the century, Faberge was the first to combine the Guilloché technique (named after French engineer Guillot) the swirling engravings with a layer of enamel. Our NanEdwardsCollection original incorporates these vintage enamel Guilloché (pink roses for love and gratitude) with gold filled findings and vintage glass. And as we like to think, they are Carl approved!

peter-ilyic-caykovski-kugularin-dansi-hd-351226-e1338369026531   PinkRosesRhinestoneFBEars

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