French Van Cleef & Arples 12.8 Carat Diamond Clip Earrings, Circa 1970s -V44559

Hailing from the prestigious French Maison of Van Cleef & Arpels, these circa 1970 earrings are a testament to timeless elegance and the artistry of fine jewelry making. Each earring is masterfully crafted from 18k white gold


The design features four resplendent bands,  intricately set with a total of 56 diamonds. These diamonds are a harmonious blend of round brilliant and baguette cuts, meticulously chosen for their exquisite symmetry and radiance. Together, they weigh approximately 12.8 carats, F color, VS clarity. This exceptional combination of cuts and quality creates a scintillating dance of light, ensuring that these earrings capture every gaze with their sparkling allure.


True to the era's ingenuity in design, these earrings are fashioned as clip-ons, a nod to both functionality and style, allowing them to be adorned with ease and comfort. Each earring measures a substantial yet elegant 24mm by 24mm, presenting a striking presence that is both bold and graceful.


Weighing 18.9 grams, these earrings possess a luxurious heft, a reminder of their quality and the opulent materials from which they are forged. As creations of Van Cleef & Arpels, they carry the legacy of a house renowned for its exquisite craftsmanship and timeless designs.


These earrings are not merely ornaments; they are wearable works of art, embodying the glamour and sophistication of the 1970s, yet transcending time with their enduring beauty. They stand as a shining example of the maison's enduring legacy in creating pieces that are both a marvel of jeweler's craft and a statement of unrivaled elegance.