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Coffee tastes have changed so much that I remember around 2012, introducing a much more acidic coffee into our blend thinking we were going to lead customers into a new experience of flavour, only to be dismayed on day one with customer’s dissatisfaction with a fruitier and more flavourful coffee. Coffee is after all the seed of a fruit. From then on, we began to work at a gradual pace, turning up the brightness a little, season after season. Today we can proudly craft a coffee with notes of lemon meringue, strawberry or passionfruit and find people on all sides of the counter are learning and developing their pallets.
Peter Carl Faberge (also known as Karl Gustavovich Faberge in Russia) was a Russian jeweler of French origin. He is probably best known for the famous Faberge eggs, made in the style of genuine Easter eggs. The eggs are created from precious metals or hard stones and decorated with a combination of enamel and gem stones. The term "Faberge egg" has become a synonym of luxury and the eggs are regarded as masterpieces of the jeweler's art. Out of 65 large Faberge eggs that are known to exist, only 57 have survived to this day. The Faberge jewelry style inspired many artists and jewelry makers around the world for more than 100 years and is still very popular to this day.
Faberge - the name evokes images of the glittering world of the last Tsars of Russia and the priceless treasures created, regardless of time or cost, as royal gifts for special occasions.Faberge-style Easter eggs were among the Russian home decor souvenirs. To create each egg, the world-famous Faberge firm combined the work of various craftsmen of differing expertise—from metalsmithing to diamond-cutting, enamel work to painting. Presentation pieces stylized like Easter eggs quickly became fashionable. Apart from being mere souvenirs, they could serve as clock cases, boxes or photograph frames.The Keren Kopal collection includes many Easter eggs, Trinket Boxes and Special collectors items in the Faberge style, which has inspired us to create these souvenirs for your home decoration.
A Faberge egg is a jeweled egg created by the House of Fabergé. The were 69 eggs known to exist, and all were manufactured under the supervision of Peter Carl Fabergé between 1885 and 1917. The most famous are those made for the Russian Tsars Alexander III and Nicholas II as Easter gifts for their wives and mothers. The House of Fabergé made 50 "Imperial" Easter eggs, of which 43 have now numbered as extant. Two eggs that were planned to be made for Easter 1917 were not delivered due to the Russian Revolution in which the Romanov Dynasty was overthrown and all the members of the imperial family executed.