Fabergé invites brides-to-be to say Yes in color. Emerald Ring.
Romantics will be glad to know that behind every colorful Fabergé jewel, there’s special symbolism. Rubies ignite feelings of passion and devotion while sapphires represent sincerity and faithfulness; emeralds stand for spirituality and intuition. An additional matching gem concealed inside the interior of each band that remains in direct contact with the wearer represents an unbroken bond between the partners.
Ruby ring from Fabergé’s Three Colors of Love Collection.
Sapphire ring from Fabergé’s Three Colors of Love Collection.
The firm was celebrating the release of their creations with a digital campaign that features a short film showing different proposals with each of the engagement rings. The video reminds us that every love story is different and deserves its own gemstone (no two stones are alike) to reflect the couple’s preferences and path.
As marriage (and style) continue to evolve, so do engagement rings. While these colorful stones are leaps from the norm, a colored stone will leave you in good company: Prince William passed on his mother’s sapphire ring to Kate Middleton in honor of their 2011 nuptials. ■