Van Cleef & Arpels Wave Diamond Ring


Van Cleef & Arpels
Late 20th Century
18k Yellow Gold
1.37cts Round Brilliant Cut Diamond
4.8 grams
VCA, 750, & the serial number B 5607

A classic diamond ring by Van Cleef & Arpels with a wave design. Diamonds are four-prong set, graduated in size: every three smaller gems are alternating with a bigger one. They staged all over the ring’s surface and divided by a wavy groove that runs along the band. This VCA ring can greatly work as a wedding band, symbolizing two people forming a unity with its double-wave design. This band, generously encrusted with diamonds, can be a statement while being worn with a formal outfit.

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    About Van Cleef & Arpels Brand

    Van Cleef & Arpels, a prestigious French luxury jewelry and watchmaking Maison, opened their first boutique in 1906. Ever since, the brand’s jewelry has been worn and beloved by celebrities and royalty.
    Founded by a daughter of a precious stone dealer and a son of a stone cutter, Estelle Arpels and Alfred Van Cleef, the brand was meant to be big the jewelry world. Press used to call the power couple union “The Maison based on love.”
    Before Art Deco was pronounced as a style, VCA brand was known for their skillfully made, bold geometric pieces. Later, during the century, the maker mastered this design approach to the top-notch jewelry level. The experimental spirit, fearless usage of the exotic materials and truly unique gemstone combinations brought Van Cleef & Arpels to the top three of the jewelry worlds.
    One of the most distinctive aspects of Van Cleef & Arpels’ philosophy is applying storytelling and thematic elements to their design. Many of the VCA collections draw inspiration from fairy tales and exotic locales, infusing each piece with a narrative. The brand’s Alhambra collection, for instance, features the iconic quatrefoil motif inspired by the four-leaf clover, symbolizing luck, health, fortune, and love. This mix of artistic expression and meaningful storytelling adds a unique depth to their designs, making Van Cleef & Arpels’ creations wearable works of art that resonate on an emotional level.
    In order to make this prestigious jewelry affordable not only for a prestige clientele, Nadine Krakov Collection offers a wide selection of estate Van Cleef & Arpels jewelry without the high markups.
    Shop for our Van Cleef & Arpels ring collection, Van Cleef & Arpels necklace and VCA earrings.

    Which finger should you wear your ring on?

    Wearing rings on different fingers has been associated with various meanings across different cultures. While these meanings can vary widely depending on a context and personal interpretations, here are some common associations.

    1. Thumb

    In general, thumb means strength and is used to express willpower. Rings worn on the thumb are often seen as a symbol of authority. In some cultures, it can represent wealth and status. A ring on the thumb may also symbolize independence and self-reliance.

    1. Index Finger 

    The index finger is associated with leadership and ambition. Rings worn on this finger can signify confidence and a desire for control. In some cultures, a ring on the index finger may also symbolize power and direction.

    1. Middle Finger

    The middle finger is typically the longest finger, making it a focal point for rings. While wearing a ring on this finger may not have specific traditional meanings, it can symbolize balance and stability. Some people choose to wear statement or cocktail rings on the middle finger to draw attention and make a bold statement.

    1. Ring Finger

    In most Western cultures, the ring finger also known as the “wedding finger,” is traditionally reserved for wedding bands and engagement rings. This finger has a symbolic significance associated with commitment and partnership. In some cultures, the ring finger is believed to have a vein directly connected to the heart, reinforcing the romantic symbolism of rings worn on this finger.

    1. Little Finger (pinky)

    Rings worn on the little finger are often associated with style, sophistication, and self-expression. Additionally, wearing a signet ring on the pinky has historically been a symbol of family heritage.

    It’s important to emphasize that these meanings are by any means not universal. Ultimately, the significance of wearing a ring on a particular finger is subjective and can hold different meanings for different people.