The luxury Italian fine jewellery house of Faraone Jewellers has announced an exclusive private view incorporating a show stopping combination of its latest and most iconic collections during the Monaco Yacht Show 2013.

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Taking place on the 28th September, the principality’s glamorous location of the Galerie Cristal at Fairmont Monte Carlo will play host to an evening celebrating the heritage of one of Italy’s most prestigious jewellers.

Jeweler to Celebrities and Royalty Since 1860

Faraone established in 1860 has throughout history become synonymous with the glamour and style of European royalty and Hollywood greats. Favoured by Queen Margherita of Savoy, loved by Grace Kelly and embraced by today’s contemporary royals including Princess Charlotte Casiraghi of Monaco.

Galerie Cristal Viewings of Exclusive Collections

Guests will be welcomed at the Galerie Cristal from 17.00 hrs through to 21.00 hrs and invited to enjoy the finest pieces that make up Faraone’s exclusive collections. The ‘One of a Kind’ collection will showcase Faraone’s haute series of white gold and diamonds celebrating clean cuts of pure light and its ‘Composable’ Collection will demonstrate the haute joaillerie’s playful interpretations utilising a rainbow of diamonds, rubies, sapphires and amethysts. Set against the panoramic harbour views of the Galerie Cristal, guests can enjoy Faraone’s exquisite creations in the most glamorous of locations accompanied by a selection of signature cocktails created by Fairmont Private Dining.

Additional Unique Location for Showcase

Throughout the Monaco Yacht Show 2013, Faraone will partner with publisher, Platinum Media, and Floating Life – yacht charter and brokerage, to offer an additional and unique location to showcase its creations. By appointment only, guests will be invited to board the innovative super yacht, Nativa, kindly made available by the Venetian shipyard Arzanà Navi while moored at Port Hercule during the show.

Faraone’s collaboration with Fairmont Monte Carlo and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation is the first in a series of events to take place throughout Rome and London, set to celebrate the brand’s heritage and promote its contemporary future. A percentage of the proceeds from the event will be donated to the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, supporting environmental projects across the globe. The Monaco-based charity works to support; sustainable development, climate change, the promotion of renewable energies, biodiversity and projects developing water resource management.

www.faraonegioielli.com

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