Pieces in the collection start at a retail price of US $30,000 with an average price of US $200,000. And surprisingly, distribution is limited to a pioneering online store at http://www.faberge.com/, supported by a single retail store in Geneva.
According to an article in Emirates Business 24/7, the Fabergé website is supported by a team of multilingual sales advisors, available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. That’s what we call first-class customer service.
Mark Dunhill, CEO of Fabergé, says: "Fabergé is setting new standards for the luxury industry, challenging conventions which have traditionally meant that the client is confined to the rules and rituals, opening hours and geographical locations of luxury brands.”
For those who don’t know, the House of Fabergé was forced to close in 1917 in the face of the Russian Revolution. But we strongly believe its name is still synonymous with absolute luxury.
We must say that we are impressed with Fabergé’s relaunch and we have not even seen their designs yet.