Le Cube Diamant hoop earrings in yellow gold and diamonds.
With Le Cube Diamant collection, dinh van plays with geometric codes it particularly values. The openwork cube on four sides let in the light to enhance the diamond. New luminous pieces complete the collection.
Maison dinh van created new hoop earring in yellow gold and two diamonds of 0.06ct each for a modern and trendy look.
The hoop earrings delicately wrap themselves around the earlobe while the diamond seems to levitate on the hoop.
This pair of earrings comes beautifully packaged in its original dinh van presentation box with a certificate of authenticity.
These dinh van Le Cube Diamant hoops are a fine example of the ingenuity of the French jewelry designer. He came up with the unorthodox idea to put a see-through cube within a hoop. We know hoops, some of them are covered with diamonds, and some have the shape of hearts, but the combination of a square and a round form was new. It certainly was in the early 70s, when traditional jewellery was the rule. Since then, other designers have started to experiment with out-of-the-box jewellery designs as well.
Le Cube hoops by dinh van
We are sure heads will turn when you walk by wearing these stunning earrings. They may be simple, but they are also pure elegance! All Le Cube Diamant jewellery by dinh van is minimalist, geometrical and symmetrical. Two brilliant-cut diamonds are held by two cubes of yellow gold that have filigree sides to let in the light. This is not just done for design reasons, it is also meant to give the diamonds their ultimate sparkle.
If you are not such a symmetrical person, please feel free to mix and match. These hoops come in yellow gold, white gold and pink gold, and can be set with two diamonds, as shown, with a carat weight of 0.12 carats, but are also available in fully set or half set versions with diamonds. And what about a yellow gold one in your left ear, and a pink one in your right? The hoop earrings delicately wrap themselves around the earlobe while the diamond seems to float on the hoop.
Jean Dinh Van was born in 1927 to a Vietnamese father and a French mother and grew up in France. He worked as a designer for Cartier in Paris for ten years and then decided to start his own brand in 1965. Creating timeless, wearable jewellery was all he ever wanted, and with collections, such as Menottes, Le Cube Diamant, Pi and his most traditional one Symboles by dinh van, he has proven that people love minimalist jewellery.
Are you drawn to these 18 karat gold dinh van Le Cube Diamant hoops, like we are? dinh van jewellery is exclusively available at Bonebakker Amsterdam. We invite you to visit our online jewellery store, to see part of the collection we carry and would love to welcome you in our shop at the Conservatorium Hotel for a personal rendez-vous. We can show you the full range of beautiful dinh van jewellery there.