L'ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts

Supported by Van Cleef & Arpels.
"Engraved Gems" Exhibition: open from May 12th to 1st October in Paris.

New exhibition

Engraved Gems: Cameos, intaglios and rings from the Guy Ladrière Collection.
From May 12th to October 1st in Paris, 2022, L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts will present the story of the art of engraved gems from antiquity to the 19th century.
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Italy, late 15th century. Wild boar hunt. Sardonyx cameo mounted on badge. Guy Ladrière Collection. Photo Benjamin Chelly.

Virtual Guided Tour of the "Engraved Gems" Exhibition

Live Online Talk
June 1st & 2nd

Philippe Malgouyres, Chief curator of the Department of Art Objects of the Musée du Louvre and Exhibition curator, and Gislain Aucremanne, Art Historian at L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts, will embark you on an introduction to the history of glyptic art through some two hundred pieces on display, allowing to present a continuous panorama of techniques and styles, from Greek antiquity to the nineteenth century.

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Diamond: from rough to brilliant

Diren Ramsamy, a diamond cutter who has devoted his entire professional life to this demanding art, will help you discover, during a talk with Olivier Segura, Gemmologist and Scientific Director at the École, School of Jewelry Arts, the tools he uses, the steps involved in cutting a diamond, and above all, the way he understands the stone and how his activity fits into the creation of this collective work of art that is a jewel.

ABOUT L'ÉCOLE

Open to all, L’ÉCOLE’s mission is to share jewelry culture with the widest possible audience.
Founded in 2012 with the support of Van Cleef & Arpels, L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts offers an exclusive program, revolving around three main themes: savoir-faire, history of jewelry, and the universe of gemstones.
L'ÉCOLE welcomes the general public into the world of jewelry through courses, conferences, exhibitions and publications, both in Paris, Hong Kong and Shanghai—its three permanent sites—and in the rest of the world with traveling events.

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EXPLORE

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The Bulletin of L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts

Published every 4 months, the Bulletin presents the program of courses, talks and exhibitions, as well as portraits of teachers and students, and articles on specific courses or news of L’ÉCOLE.
To download, click on The Bulletin of your choice.

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The Bulletin of L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts

Published every 4 months, the Bulletin presents the program of courses, talks and exhibitions, as well as portraits of teachers and students, and articles on specific courses or news of L’ÉCOLE.
To download, click on The Bulletin of your choice.

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L’ÉCOLE’s books

Please find below the list of works published by L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts, available for sale at L’ÉCOLE, in bookstores and online.
In line with its research projects and its mission to spread the culture of jewelry arts with a large audience, L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts regularly publishes books, in partnership with museums and publishing houses.

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Past Online Conversations

Watch our talks, again and again!

 

QUALITY

L'École set up, 5 years after its foundation, a Scientific Council to oversee the consistency of its educational policy and the relevance of its teaching materials.

EXCLUSIVITY

Courses are delivered in small groups to allow students to discuss one-on-one with experts of the jewerly's world. 

PASSION

All our teachers are passionate experts chosen for their enthusiasm and skills in transmitting their knowledge. 

GENEROSITY

Skills are presented with ease in an enjoyable way, hands-on experience and dialogue. Classes are for everyone with no pre-requisites.

NEED HELP?

For any need, contact us by phone +33 1 70 70 38 40.