In anticipation of springtime, the renowned French jeweller is revisiting a popular collection. The luminous Van Cleef & Arpels Frivole collection, known for its blooming graphic flower model and design, complements the creation ranging from sing... READ MORE
The Van Cleef & Arpels Perlée collection has always been recognizable by its delicate golden beads, lending their silhouette to jewelry that is cheerful and feminine. A testimony to the Maison’s heritage and savoir-faire, they glitter in an exqui... READ MORE
Launched in 1968, Van Cleef & Arpels’ iconic motif rapidly becomes an emblem of the Maison. For over four decades, women have loved the enchanting contours of this lucky-charm motif. It is a potent symbol of luck, health, fortune, and love.
Born... READ MORE
High jewelry house Van Cleef & Arpels has joined forces with venerable French publisher Gallimard to create a luxurious book that reflects the high standards of craftsmanship and style that the two houses have in common.
Titled 'An Exercise in S... READ MORE
Drawing inspiration from the infinite delicacy of flora and fauna, the brand offers different interpretations of Van Cleef & Arpels Enchanted Nature collection. Traditional skills such as engraving on gold, hard stone marquetry and stone setting ... READ MORE
Beneath the azure sky bathed in light, the Maison contemplates the dancing reflections of the glimmering water with the Van Cleef & Arpels Seven Seas jewelry collection.
In a cascade of blues, the distinctive sparkles of the Adriatic and the Med... READ MORE
Faithful interpreter of lightness and movement, the Van Cleef & Arpels Cerfs-Volants jewelry collection celebrates the kite as the epitome of light movement in the sky. Considered a guardian in the Asian culture, the kite confers its joyful dynam... READ MORE
The Van Cleef & Arpels Perlée collection has an emblem: a border of smooth, sparkling beads of gold. With delicacy, it outlines a curve, enhances a stone or illuminates a motif — lending a joyful freedom to the graphic and luminous creations of V... READ MORE
Claude and Jacques Arpels made frequent voyages to India, where they numbered maharajas and princesses among their clients. Of these, none was more extravagant than the Maharani of Baroda.
Nicknamed “The Indian Wallis Simpson”, the Maharani of Bar... READ MORE