Two New Van Cleef & Arpels Pieces Your Jewellery Box Needs

Lindsay Judge   |   06 - 10 - 2018

 

This autumn Van Cleef & Arpels unveils two ranges of bracelets as part of its Perlée Collection. The Perlée collection, which was first designed in 2008, used hand-polished unique, gleaming gold beads to create elegant pieces of jewellery.

 

Diamonds are selected according to the strictest gemological criteria to ensure they sparkle with intensity thanks to an openwork gold structure that allows light to pass through.

 

 

DAZZLING COLOURS

Dazzling Colours is a range of three elegant bracelets that accentuates hard stones and diamonds, and revives the tradition of golden beads.

 

Taking on a similar concept to the Maison’s Between the Finger ring, this range of bracelets in yellow, white and pink gold which are complemented with delicate shimmering beads that enhance the joyful spirit of the collection. Diamonds and cabochons of hard stones are places opposite an original shank for a modern design.

 

The yellow gold bracelet is complemented by the deep green of malachite, white gold is finished with the glow of turquoise, while the pink gold features a pink carnelian stone. Each of the three bracelets is dazzled with delicately cut diamonds. The hard stones meet the Maison’s stringiest selection criteria ensuring they have the deepest colours.

 

 

SPARKLING RIBBONS

The Sparkling Ribbons bracelets are designed to complement the Perlée diamonds creation. The three delicate bracelets in white, pink and yellow gold include a row of round diamonds surrounded by two rows of gold beads.

 

These bracelets are designed to be worn alone or in twos or three, stacking and blending the colours together and complementing each other.

 

 

Both ranges of bracelets are the perfect evening piece to be worn around the wrist in a sparkling cascade. Worn with the other pieces in the Perlée Collection these bracelets share the same interplay between materials and golden beads.

 

Avaiable at Van Cleef & Arpels boutiques.