L'ÉCOLE's programs in the US

Initially in Paris, L'ÉCOLE regularly visits the US to offer courses and talks to learn about the jewelry. Subscribe to our newsletter to learn more about our next edition
L'ÉCOLE School of Jewelry Arts travels to NYC

First school to initiate the public into the secrets of the jewelry world

Established in 2012 with the support of the Maison Van Cleef & Arpels, the aim of L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts, is to share the jewelry culture to a large and varied audience, both in France and abroad. Through offering an a la carte program of courses, talks and exhibitions, accessible to everyone with no pre-requisites, L’ÉCOLE welcomes the public to learn about the savoir faire of jewelry-making techniques, the world of precious stones, and the art history of jewelry

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Introduction courses to jewelry world


Jewelry Savoir Faire courses

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Introduction courses to jewelry world

Art History of Jewelry

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The Universe of Gemstones

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L'ÉCOLE presents three exhibitions in NYC
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About L’ÉCOLE in New York City

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School of Jewelry Arts NYC

Discover the secrets of the jewelry world

Every year, L’ÉCOLE travels to different destinations to meet its students and offer them, in their country, a complete set of courses, talks and exhibitions. Following a first trip in June 2015, L’ÉCOLE returned to New York City from October 25 to November 9, 2018 and took up residence in a beautiful mansion, inviting the public to immerse themselves in the art of jewelry guided by leading experts.

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A showcase of exceptional gemstones and precious objects

From October 25 to November 9, 2018, L’ÉCOLE hosted in New York City three exceptional exhibitions that call attention to the many facets of the jewelry arts: art in the form of sculptural works by Daniel Brush with the exhibition “Cuffs and Necks”, connoisseurship marked by an exclusive viewing of a local private jewelry collection with the exhibition “Through the eyes of a connoisseur”, and science and history in a display of replicas of 20 exceptional diamonds sold in the 17th century to the French King Louis XIV, with the exhibition “The fabulous destiny of Tavernier’s diamonds”

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