Materials

Rose gold

In style in the 1920s, rose gold is once again popular for its warm, delicate hue evocative of tender emotions. Van Cleef & Arpels celebrates this precious metal primarily in its Perlée™ jewelry creations, as well as the Charms watch collection.

Vintage Alhambra long necklace, 20 motifs

Vintage Alhambra long necklace, 20 motifs Yellow gold, Diamond

Félicité wedding band

Félicité wedding band Rose gold, Diamond

Perlée signature bracelet, medium model

Perlée signature bracelet, medium model Rose gold

Two Butterfly Between the Finger ring

Two Butterfly Between the Finger ring Rose gold, Diamond, Mother-of-pearl

Delicately polished, it becomes livelier and more radiant, imbuing pieces with a shimmering glow.

Rose gold stands out for its reddish-tinged color. Delicately polished, it becomes livelier and more radiant, imbuing pieces with a shimmering glow.

The Maison uses an alloy specially designed to preserve the gold’s beauty, color and luster over time. Known as 18-carat gold, or 750 under the millesimal fineness system, the mixture consists of gold and copper, whence its pink hue. All gold creations are stamped with a hallmark depicting an eagle’s head to certify their purity.

  • Jewelry work, setting preparation of the pink and mauve sapphires, Innamorato bracelet, Van Cleef & Arpels

    Jewelry work, setting preparation of the pink and mauve sapphires, Innamorato bracelet