Van Cleef & Arpels and its more sophisticated luck
In 1968 Van Cleef & Arpels turned the four-leaf clover into a true icon of luck. Fifty years later, they renew the distinction of one of their most elegant symbols.
Many things have occurred since, at the end of the sixties, Van Cleef & Arpels created the first Alhambra collection with the four-leaf clover as the epicentre of all their creations. Fifty years after that, this universal symbol of luck again sneaks into our dreams through creations signed by this house of fine jewellery.
That’s how Van Cleef & Arpels seeks to seduce the most demanding clients, through endless combinations where the four-leaf clover is still the protagonist. Long and sensual necklaces accompanied by elegant earrings become the best gift for those who find in jewelry an eternal symbol of seduction.
Fluency and sophistication in a renewal in which the pink gold embraces exceptional brilliants and the black onyx finds in white gold and diamonds its faithful adventure partners.
This fall, Van Cleef & Arpels aims to keep dressing in elegant sobriety those unique moments that, with the passage of time, one treasures in the depths of our mind. Unique moments intertwined forever in a collection, the Alhambra, which illuminates iconic jewellery immune to the passage of time. Handmade pieces made by genuine master jewellers who find in lapis lazuli and rock crystal the best way to pay tribute to the beauty of the stones that have adorned the history of a jewellery firm that, even today, does not go unnoticed.