The brand Dinh Van suggests entering the year with a renewed, bright, and positive spirit, proposing the rediscovery of timeless design icons in yellow or white gold, adorned with diamonds. Each of its jewels is unique and exclusive, just like the person who receives them as a gift.
Menottes Dinh Van
In 1976, inspired by a key and its subsequent key ring, Menottes Dinh Van (‘handcuffs’) have withstood the test of time, embodying the Maison’s quintessential blend of timeless and contemporary jewelry. Departing from tradition, Dinh Van transforms clasps into the central element of the jewelry — a clasp turned into a captivating piece of wearable art.
Le Cube Diamant
Playing with the interplay of emptiness and fullness, Le Cube Diamant brings together two essential geometric shapes—the round and the square—to cradle a sublime diamond. Drawing inspiration from the symbolic contrast between the roundness of the diamond, representing spirituality, and the square, symbolizing stability, the collection highlights the significance of form in Dinh Van’s artistic language.
Originally conceived as a simple assembly element, the link in jewelry took on a distinctive character in 1960 when Jean Dinh Van meticulously handcrafted it into a unique rectangular shape with softened corners—the first link with a square cross-section. This collection draws inspiration from the renowned chains of the Place de l’Opéra in Paris.
Inspired by the ubiquitous key ring, Seventies jewelry embodies the essence of everyday objects, serving as an everlasting source of inspiration for Jean Dinh Van. Marked by rounded shapes, elongated lines, and intricate openwork, this collection seamlessly blends vintage-inspired design with the contemporary flair of its creator.