Fabergé introduces two new lockets to its Heritage Collection

In celebration of the coronation of King Charles III, Fabergé has introduced two new commemorative lockets to its Heritage collection.

The Heritage Gold State Coach Surprise Locket features a miniature replica of the “iconic Gold State Coach, built in 1762 to transport British kings and queens.

The miniature carriage sits upon a carnelian carved stone platform and is adorned with a diamond on the side of the door.

The Heritage Coronation Crown Surprise Locket is inspired by St Edward’s Crown, the crown used at the moment of coronation and one of the nation’s most precious treasures.

The Fabergé crown surprise is crafted from 18k yellow gold, hand-decorated in a purple lacquer and is set with four round blue sapphires, 10 round Gemfields Zambian emeralds and two round Gemfields Mozambican rubies, and sits upon a carved carnelian stone platform.

Both lockets feature the British Hallmarking Council’s new hallmark, depicting King Charles III’s head, as a tribute to this “special year”.

Fabergé said that the hallmark is also exclusively available, upon request, to be applied to any item of Fabergé jewellery or bespoke orders made this year, increasing the collectability of these lockets.

The two new surprise lockets are available to purchase online and in-store at Fabergé’s retail boutiques in Harrods London and The Dubai Mall, and selected authorised retailers.

In-person and virtual appointments to view the collection are also available at Fabergé’s ‘By Appointment’ showrooms in the UK and USA.

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