ELISE G ONNET-PON The man­ag­ing di­rec­tor of Van Cleef & Ar­pels South­east Asia on ul­ti­mate lux­u­ries and jew­ellery that evoke emo­tion.

Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - The Jewels Bazaar -

What was your first piece of jew­ellery from Van Cleef & Ar­pels? savoir-faire, A piece of jew­ellery is an emo­tion, a tal­is­man, a lucky charm, a sym­bol, a mem­ory of a spe­cial mo­ment. They are mean­ing­ful ob­jects, es­pe­cially when it has been passed on from some­one dear. What kind of emo­tions do di­a­monds evoke? It is ex­tremely per­sonal; en­gage­ment rings and wed­ding bands are the most emo­tional. They also ap­peal to ma­jor senses, and trig­ger sen­sory emo­tions like sight and touch with its unique and fas­ci­nat­ing de­signs. Ap­syr­tides bracelet, Van Cleef & Ar­pels Noeud Marin ring, Van Cleef & Ar­pels Clas­sic sig­na­tures, hand­made pieces, or spe­cial com­mis­sioned jew­ellery pieces de­signed es­pe­cially for you. What makes an ex­cep­tional piece of jew­ellery? The com­bi­na­tion of cre­ativ­ity, qual­ity of the ma­te­ri­als, the crafts­man­ship, and the fact it is signed by a mai­son. If you could choose one piece of jew­ellery as an heir­loom for the next gen­er­a­tion, what would it be? A be­tween-the-fin­ger ring as it is very cre­ative, pre­cious, fem­i­nine, and iconic. Van Cleef & Ar­pels, G15B & C, In­dulge Floor, Starhill Gallery. Tel: 03-2142 8669

Elise Gon­net- Pon Pangée neck­lace, in­spired by Prince Al­bert II of Monaco’s wed­ding gift to Princess Char­lene

Pro­tec­tion des Mers neck­lace, Van Cleef & Ar­pels

Sirène Mys­térieuse brooch, Van Cleef & Ar­pels

Mer De Vent sap­phire ear­rings, Van Cleef & Ar­pels

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