van cleef et arpels

Bague “Memento Mori” anonyme (circa 1730) à la conférence autour de l'exposition “Médusa, Bijoux et Tabous” avec Anne Dressen, conservatrice au Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, et Michèle Heuzé, historienne du bijou et conseillère scientifique de l'exposition, à l'Ecole Van Cleef & Arpels, septembre 2017.

Boucles d'Oreilles d'Eugène Fontenay (1867) en or et jade, typiques de l'Orientalisme prisé sous le Second Empire, lors de la conférence “Les Joyaux d'Eugénie, Impératrice des Français” par Gislain Aucremanne et Béatrice Vingtrinier, historiens de l'Art et professeurs à l'Ecole Van Cleef & Arpels, Paris, France, novembre 2016.

This week the magazine HOLA! cover is devoted to Princess Charlene of Monaco. To celebrate the seventieth anniversary of HELLO ! The wife of Prince Albert has granted an exclusive interview in the privacy of the palace. “My husband is my best support the person in whom I trust and who knows me better,” she says .

Charlene of Monaco is wearing the very special jewel, the Ocean tiara, given to her by her husband. Prince Albert trusted jewelers Van Cleef et Arpels to make this gift, the jewel compromises of: a diamond tiara 850 and 359 sapphires of different colors representing the sea foam and has 11 diamonds four carats each that symbolize raindrops. The Ocean tiara can become a necklace.

In this unique interview, we discover an authentic Charlene of Monaco fighter. “We must fight for what you believe, forgive, move forward and not give up,” she confesses.

Source: Hola!

seems like they are doing so much damage control in this palace, not sure if i want to read the same interview over and over again