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“The vast majority of this piece is hand- fabricated, in much the same way that Peter Carl Fabergé would have done over a century ago,” said Fabergé Workmaster Paul Jones.
Fabergé has launched a two-part video detailing the design process behind its Game of Thrones egg.
A collaboration with Warner Bros, the Game of Thrones egg was co-designed by Faberge designer Liisa Tallgren and Game of Thrones costume designer Michele Clapton.
“The required effect of two eggs opening at different times with a delay was specific to this piece, and to my knowledge has not been done before now,” said Fabergé Workmaster Paul Jones.
“The design process was a time-consuming one, as it required moving joints and linkages by fractions of a millimetre until the effect was achieved. This was done with the aid of computer-aided design before being built and refined in reality. The vast majority of this piece is hand- fabricated, in much the same way that Peter Carl Fabergé would have done over a century ago, with some parts manufactured using modern technology, and all parts finished and assembled by hand.”
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