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WHAT IS L'ECOLE?

Supported by Van Cleef & Arpels, 
the School of Jewelry Arts
introduces the public
to the world of jewelry.

 

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Course

Explore and create 3: from French jewels to Japanese lacquer

Next date : Wednesday 11 October 2017

09:00 to 13:00
English

200€

Course

Explore and create 1: from design to mock-up

Next date : Thursday 12 October 2017

09:00 to 13:00
English

200€

Course

Explore and create 4 : jeweler and “grand feu” enamelling

Next date : Thursday 12 October 2017

14:30 to 18:30
English

200€

Course

Fascinating Diamond 1: History and Legends

Next date : Friday 13 October 2017

09:00 to 13:00
English

200€

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L'Ecole e-library

L'Ecole library

L'Ecole Van Cleef & Arpels' podcasts are intended to help you go further in your exploration of jewelry and watchmaking. In a series of films, L'Ecole's instructors discuss a specific work of art, gem or aspect of jewelry history.

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Myths and Legends of the Emerald: The Helyar Pendant

This British Jewel has hidden a stunning secret family message for more than 350 years. Come with us to find out what it is.

Myths and Legends of the Emerald: The Voyage of the Bérénice

Traded for centuries, some emeralds literally traveled around the world. From Colombia to France, passing through Portugal to India, let’s follow the epic of this one which has been called “The Bérénice.

Myths and Legends of the Emerald: Fura & Tena

Powerful symbol for ancient peoples, Muzo’s emeralds are the source of surprising legends. Let’s rediscover one of these stories, coming from the heart of the Colombian mountains.

Myths and Legends of the Emerald: Origins

Here we take a look at gorgeous emeralds, where they have been found through history and how their mystique has involved beliefs in sources such as “Cleopatra’s Mines”, fact or fiction?