28 July 2015

Dinh Van is 50

For the occasion, the French jeweler has reissued the 1967 top model designed for Pierre Cardin: a ring with a rectangular mount in which two pearls are embedded. Available in necklaces and bracelets. The original is in the Jewelry Gallery of the musée des Arts décoratifs, in Paris.

  • Dinh Van - Necklace made of gold, freshwater pearls and hematite

  • Dinh Van - Bracelet made of gold, Akoya and Tahiti pearls

  • Dinh Van - Ring made of gold, Akoya and Tahiti pearls

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