Peter Carl Fabergé was a man of great modernity, a visionary. But the closing down of his company (1917), because of the Russian Revolution, then the family loss of the rights on the brand almost caused the end of this legacy, of which only the famous eggs remained in public imagination and memory. In 2007, Pallinghurst, a specialized investment firm, buys the brand. Its purpose is to restore its image, and to position it as one of the great names in jewelry trade. It launches an inaugural collection, creates a “Council of Fabergé legacy” and makes two female descendants of the family join the company. Thus, in September 2009, Fabergé Limited is officially revived.