By  on September 9, 2009

LONDON — In Saint Petersburg at the turn of the 20th century, Russian aristocrats and bourgeoisie happily bundled themselves in furs, and boarded their sleighs for a trip to Peter Carl Fabergé’s lavish shop on Bolshaya Morskaya to pick out bejeweled Easter eggs, jewels, and objets d’art for the home.

Now luxury goods customers worldwide can leave the furs in the closet and make their Fabergé purchases with the click of a mouse. From today, the French name synonymous with twinkling, colored enameled eggs that sell at auction for millions of dollars is being relaunched as a fine jewelry brand, with a global, online flagship store.

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