Jewelers who go to Google.com today will get a very glittery surprise.
Google, which on occasion changes the logo on its homepage to so-called “Google Doodles,” honored the birth of famed Russian jeweler Peter Carl Fabergé on May 30 by representing the letters in its name as Fabergé eggs.
Clicking on the “Doodle” leads to information about Fabergé, who was born May 30, 1846.
A video about the “Doodle” can be seen here:
Past Google Doodles have commemorated events ranging from Mother’s Day to the birthday of physicist Heinrich Hertz.
Fabergé announced last year that it would be relaunching the brand, and creating its first line of jeweled eggs in nearly 100 years.