Between the Finger rings, a Van Cleef & Arpels tradition since the 1970s
Since the 1970s, Between the Finger rings™ have stood out as a testimony to the innovative and inventive spirit that drives Van Cleef & Arpels. These visionary pieces, upon which two motifs linked by an open band behold each other in a delicate tête-à-tête, instill new panache into the art of wearing jewelry.
Rubens Between the Finger Ring, 1973, White gold, diamonds, Van Cleef & Arpels Collection
Two flowers Between the Finger Ring, 1972, Yellow gold, coral, diamonds, Van Cleef & Arpels Collection
Rubens Between the Finger Ring, 1973, Yellow gold, diamonds, Van Cleef & Arpels Collection
On select creations, such as the Lotus ring, an ingenious mechanism unfurls the motifs across the hand.
Asymmetry, emblematic of the Maison’s style, imbues these pieces with a subtle dynamism by playing on both shapes and materials. On the Two Butterflies between-the-finger ring, a pair of winged creatures adorned with ornamental or precious stones intermingle in graceful harmonies of colors.
Lune d'eau Between the Finger Ring, Rose gold, one pear-shaped pink sapphire of 4.54 carats (Madagascar), one pear-shaped DFL diamond of 3.18 carats (Colombia), pink sapphires, rubies, diamonds, Pierres de Caractère™ collection
Kolam Between the Fingers Ring, White gold, rose gold, one cushion-cut ruby of 5.38 carats (Mozambique), rubies, diamonds, Treasure of rubies collection
Flying Butterfly Between the Finger Ring, White gold, rose gold, buff-topped Traditional Mystery Set sapphires, diamonds, Butterflies collection