Tatiana Fabergé

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Tatiana Fabergé is an author and Fabergé scholar from Switzerland.


A great-granddaughter of Peter Carl Fabergé, she was 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 since she retired from CERN – the European Organization for Particle Physics Research - she has worked researching the family history and promoting its heritage.[1]

She is a granddaughter of Princess Elizabeth Bagration.


Her publications on Carl Fabergé include The History of the House of Fabergé (1992) co-authored with Valentin Skurlov and The Fabergé Imperial Easter Eggs (1997) co-authored with Lynette Proler and Valentin Skurlov, which incorporates a catalogue raisonné of Fabergé’s Imperial Eggs. She has also co-authored Fabergé and Saint Petersburg Jewellers in collaboration with Messrs Gorynia and Skurlov which contains a comprehensive compilation of documents and publications relating to the House of Fabergé. She is currently finalising Fabergé with Valentin Skurlov and Eric-Alain Kohler. This book will shed new light on the House of Fabergé and include archive material both in the form of documents and photographs that have not previously been published. Since 2007 she is actively involved in giving advice and guidance via the Fabergé Heritage Council, a division of Fabergé Ltd, regarding the relaunch of the brand. She works closely with the creative team and advises on heritage matters.


  1. ^ "People and things". CERN Courier. 35 (3): 26. May 1995. 

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