Tatiana F. Fabergé

A great-granddaughter of Peter Carl Fabergé, she is the daughter of Theodore and Tatiana Fabergé née Cheremeteff, she was born in 1930 in Geneva, Switzerland.

During the 1950s she studied jewellery design in Paris, where she was in close contact with her uncles Eugene and Alexander Fabergé, who gave her first hand information about the House of Fabergé.

After her period of study she worked with her father, designing various precious objects that were crafted in Paris and Geneva. She has always been interested in the House of Fabergé and has written several books on Fabergé.

Source: Wikipedia

Tatiana Fedorovna Fabergé

7 March 1930 – 13 February 2020

It is with much sadness that Maison Tatiana Fabergé SA announces the passing of Tatiana Fabergé, one of the historical founders of our company.
A great-granddaughter of Peter Carl Fabergé, she was the daughter of Theodore Carl and Tatiana Fabergé (née Cheremetieff). Born in Geneva, she studied jewellery design in Paris during the early 1950s, where she was in close contact with her uncles Eugene and Alexander Fabergé. They gave her firsthand information about the House of Fabergé.  After her period of study, she worked with her father, designing various precious objects that were crafted in Paris and Geneva. She has always been interested in the House of Fabergé and since she retired from CERN (the European Organization for Nuclear Research) she has worked researching the family history and promoting its heritage.
Her life’s work became preserving the family’s historical legacy with her research. authoring and coauthoring many books in both English and Russian, most recently releasing in 2012 the Magnum Opus, «Fabergé A Comprehensive Reference Book», coauthored by Eric-Alain Kohler, and Valentin V. Skurlov.
Maison Tatiana Fabergé SA is committed to pursue its international development in the respect for traditions inspired by the “Great Carl Fabergé” and his sense of entrepreneurship.

Tatiana F. Fabergé, an infinite source of inspiration