Biennale des Antiquaires Throwback

Every two years, the long-awaited Parisian event of the Biennale des Antiquaires is the – valid- excuse for high-jewelry houses to express their creativity in exclusive high-jewelry collections. In an exclusive high jewelry photoshoot, the American team from Haute Time shot astounding pieces taken from what was presented then.

Author By Eleonor picciotto

Summer hues and colored stones…

From the Fifty shades of pink of the 12 Vendôme collection launched by Chaumet mixing pink coral beads to brilliant cut diamonds to the Vegetal Hues of Van Cleef and Arpels aligning three rows of green tsavorite garnets to form their iconic VC&A ballerina, the high jewelry houses haven’t belittle the capacity to create.

Sir Dior and his garden have seen a rebirth in the energetic collection designed by Victoire de Castellane, the creative and genius jewelry brain of the house.

Last but not least, Piaget seems to have defied with precious colored stones Shourouk the French designer known for his crystal colored stones necklaces.

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Van Cleef & Arpels Loup Decor necklace white gold, tsavorite garnet, diamonds, pink and mauve sapphires

Dior Chardonus necklace black green and orange laquered petals leaves set on yellow gold with diamond or tanzanites, rubellite and spessartite garnet

Chaumet 12 vendôme necklace white gold diamonds rhodtite garnets, white pearls

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