Timelessly elegant, Snowflake creations combine the luminosity of the platinum and the sparkle of the diamonds.
Complementing your glow with the frosted diamonds, the Snowflake High Jewelry collection is inspired by flakes of snow – an inspiration for Van Cleef & Arpels since the 1940s. Round diamonds combine to form dazzling winter motifs. Inspired by the natural beauty of diamonds, Van Cleef & Arpels created the Snowflake High Jewelry set in 1986.
When poetic diamonds meet, they always get along.
Van Cleef & Arpels Snowflake watch is adorning your wrist with a swirl of diamonds. The Snowflake Fleurette High Jewelry Watch is a figurative interpretation of Snowflake collection with a feminine bracelet made of Fleurette motifs. The 2 in 1 clip and pendant pieces can be worn as a clip, or slipped onto a chain as a pendant.
The collection is enriched with a new transformable necklace (680 stones, 63.86 carats), a Snowflake noeud clip (15 stones, 1.94 carats), and a Double Fleur ring (50 stones, 3.0 carats). The Snowflake Bandeau ring is once again reinterpreting the “flocon” motif. The Snowflake transformable necklace and the intricate streams of diamonds can be worn in up to 9 different ways. Van Cleef & Arpels artisans imagined three bracelets and six types of necklaces linked with half moon-shaped jewelry motifs.
“The elegance of the Snowflake collection comes to life with this necklace, a homage to the world of couture,” wrote cijintl.com about the Snowflake collerette transformable necklace.“Its curved lines of round diamonds trace out an ethereal Claudine collar adorned with sparkling snowflake motifs. The setting – entirely articulated and crafted in openwork – suggests delicate lace, gracefully caressing the contours of the neck. To provide varied styling options, the necklace’s main motif can be worn alone, as a pendant on a chain,” added cijintl.com.
This year, the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève 2018 (GPHG 2018 – (Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix) has awarded two trophies to Van Cleef & Arpels: Lady Arpels Planétarium watch and Secret de Coccinelle watch.
Last week, Van Cleef & Arpels announced that Gregory Weinstock, Director of the Maison’s High Jewelry workshop, has been admitted into the French Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French Culture Minister, Franck Riester.