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Discover the Fabergé Dalliance Libertine I unique watch playing with lions in a trip to Africa half way through the Tanzanian Seregeti National Park and the Gemfields' Zambian Kagem Emerald Mine (Fabergé's parent company). Set with over 4 carats of emerald, the timepiece is a smart work of art. Explanations.
When Jean Marc Wiederrecht and his wife Catherine, founders of Agenhor, visited the Kagem Emerald Mine in Zambia one year ago, they were struck by the beauty of the landscape, the dominance of green shades you commonly find in some regions of Africa and obviously the quality of the Gemfields emeralds. It did not take them long to get inspired and shortly imagined Libertine I, a jewelry timepiece Fabergé presented during Baselworld.
Although I have not had the chance to discover the emerald mine that makes Gemfields the largest producer in the world, I was struck by the same abundance of green when entering the Serengeti National Park on the opposite country border. Welcomed by a few lions who had just finished their lunch – the bloody mouth warned us of their recent hunt- made me thinking
What if I was wearing the Fabergé Lady Libertine I from the Dalliance collection?
http://www.theeyeofjewelry.com/en/jewel ... -libertine
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