He has 24 years of industry expertise and is a certified gemologist with two of the world’s most prestigious gemological societies. He is also a Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths, and from 2002 to 2005, he was President of the GIA (Gemological Institute of America) London Chapters Alumni.
After working at Graff Diamonds and David Morris International, the new CEO joined Fabergé in 2010 as Global Wholesale Director, and the company says he’s played a “integral role in the growth of the business over the last 13 years.”
The CEO announcement comes as the brand reveals its latest capsule collection, a jewellery offering to commemorate King Charles III’s coronation on May 6.
The Heritage line now includes two new commemorative lockets: a Yellow Gold Diamond and Red Guilloché Enamel Coronation Crown locket and a Heritage Yellow Gold Diamond and Red Guilloché Enamel Gold State Coach locket.
They both have the new British Hallmarking Council hallmark, which depicts the King’s head “as a tribute to this special year.”
This hallmark is also available exclusively on request for any Fabergé jewellery or bespoke orders placed this year.
The two 18k yellow gold egg lockets are adorned with 17 round brilliant cut white diamonds and hand-painted with a regal crimson guilloché enamel.
They will be available for purchase online at Faberge.com and in-store at Fabergé‘s retail stores in Harrods London and The Dubai Mall, as well as at selected licenced retailers, for £10,800 ($13,500).