From left: Maha Ring in white gold and pink gold, with one pear-shaped DFL type 2A diamond of 8.03 carats, rubies and diamonds, and Feuille de Rubis ring in pink gold and white gold, with one cushion-cut DIF type 2A diamond of 9.05 carats and rubies.
The Maha Ring draws inspiration from the maharajas and their treasures, and is topped by a DFL diamond weighing over 8 carats. While the oriental motifs, as well as flora and fauna, were the creative starting points of the Feuille de Rubis ring.
In the subtlest way, this necklace is meant to pay tribute to Maison Schiaparelli’s founder – a ribbon of diamonds runs through links of pink gold set with rubies. Van Cleef & Arpels, after all, has its home in Place Vendôme, and sees links between its High Jewellery and couture.
Since the ’70s, avant-garde Between the Finger Rings have shown the house’s sense of innovation. Inspired by kolams (Indian motifs created with grains of rice), this open work ring features a vibrant, luminous ruby.