Van Cleef & Arpels Educates the Public on Jewelry Making

November 20, 2017

Photo courtesy of: Van Cleef & Arpels website

Van Cleef & Arpels, one of the finest jewelry design houses in the world, has made the world of jewelry and watchmaking accessible to the public through a rich curriculum of courses offered by its School of Jewerly Arts.

 

Founded in Paris in 2012 with the mission of spreading knowledge on how the house’s precious pieces are crafted, the School offers tuition, in French or in English, centered around three educational themes: “Art History of Jewelry”, “The Universe of Gemstones” and “Savoir-Faire”. Creative workshops and evening conversations with experts are also available. Courses are open to all students from 18 years old and can include up to 12 participants to ensure a more personalized experience and optimal interaction.

 

Headquartered in Paris, Place Vendôme, the School spreads its wings travelling internationally with the goal of reaching out across borders and welcoming people into the fascinating worlds of jewelry making,
 

For more information, please visit: https://www.lecolevancleefarpels.com/en

 

 

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