VAN CLEEF & ARPELS Van Cleef & Arpels has written countless magnificent and innovative legends since 1906. The family’s tireless pursuit of beauty has created a number of classic evergreen designs, reflecting the spirit of innovation and playfulness of VAN CLEEF & ARPELS. At the same time, it presents ‘lucky’, one of the eternal sources of inspiration of the family. Gorgeous praise. ‘Lucky’ is a treasured theme of the family. Over the years, it has quietly guided the family and inspired a number of unique designs. Evergreen lucky symbols such as four-leaf map eucalyptus and fantasy little fairy are treasures handed down from generation to generation.
VAN CLEEF & ARPELS is the most cherished early lucky jewellery. It is a lucky charm bracelet in 1937. Such delicate and exquisite jewellery is specially designed to retain every precious moment in life and to sing odes to beautiful memories. In 2008, Lucky Jewelry became a magnificent and elegant new series, which has long forgotten the tradition of lucky family. Under the name ‘Charms’, the series launches a number of exquisite and charming watches, detailing every precious and lucky moment in life, and at the same time acclaiming the long history, exquisite craftsmanship and rich creativity of the Acura family.
Charms watches rotate every second, day and night, making them the perfect companion for all occasions. The magnificent design of the watch witnesses the family’s professional watchmaking technology and accomplishments, the case curves are magnificent, and the dial’s radiation pattern is complicated and detailed. The bezel is the embodiment of the family’s extraordinary craftsmanship. The middle of the two rows of hand-set diamonds is decorated with bright polished gold bands, and some styles are embellished with up to three rows of diamonds. The VAN CLEEF & ARPELS logo engraved on the outside of the bezel reveals the innovative spirit of the family and embellishes the wearer’s delicate hands.
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