Here is an image from Fabergé’s #SayYesToColour campaign.
Here is an image from Fabergé’s #SayYesToColour campaign.
London--Gemfields-owned jewelry brand Fabergé is getting in the bridal game with a bevy of engagement and wedding band styles. 

The collection is classically configured but for one caveat: instead of diamonds, the rings feature sapphire, emerald and ruby center stones.

To promote its first bridal effort, the brand best known for its over-the-top bejeweled eggs has launched a campaign called #SayYesInColour. The campaign includes a video themed on proposals. 



Colored gemstone miner Gemfields acquired Fabergé in 2013, which makes the connection between the historical jewelry house and their gemstone engagement ring endeavor a little more apparent. Also, color has always been a cornerstone of Fabergé design.     

The bridal collection is comprised of four sapphire styles, three with sapphire center stones and one wedding band with sapphire pavé; two emerald center-stone rings; and four ruby iterations with three ruby center-stone versions and one ruby pavé version. 

Plain gold and white diamond-accented bands created to accompany their colorful counterparts round out the collection. 

The collection is priced from $950 retail for its fluted 18-karat rose gold band, without any stones, to $11,200 retail for an 18-karat white gold style with a sapphire center stone and sapphire pavé. 

All of the center stones are oval cut and a fluted metalwork design ties the collection into a cohesive unit.

The bridal collection is currently available on Faberge.com and at Fabergé's London and New York boutiques

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