02 September 2016

Two by two

Monkeys in full acrobatic swing, parrots in full flight, zebras and koalas … “The idea to create these sixty pairs of animals from Noah’s Ark came from a painting by Jan Brueghel,” explains Nicolas Bos, president of Van Cleef & Arpels. An extremely rare occasion for the general public to discover this collection with scenography by Bob Wilson held at Hôtel d’Évreux (Paris 1). Until September 26th, 2016.

  • Bisons clips made of gold, diamonds, malachite, onyx and lapis lazuli

  • Horses clips made of gold, diamonds, onyx, turquoises, lapis lazuli, emeralds and mother-of-pearl

  • Dogs clips made of gold, diamonds, sapphires and onyx

  • Elephants clips made of gold, diamonds, sapphires, lapis lazuli and malachite

  • Owls clips made of gold, diamonds, onyx, chrysoprase and sugilite

  • Koalas clips made of gold, diamonds, onyx, cabochon-cut emeralds and sapphires

  • Rabbits clips made of gold, diamonds, sapphires, emeralds and onyx

  • Morphos clips made of gold, diamonds, cabochon-cut emeralds and sapphires, lapis lazuli, turquoise and malachite

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