Exhibition “Lacloche, Parisian Jewelers, 1892-1967”

presented by L'ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts

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Updated on January 17th: For the health and safety of our students, visitors and teams, L'ÉCOLE Asia Pacific is suspending face-to-face courses, talks and exhibition tours until February 3, 2022 according to the government's latest guidelines. 

Exhibition “Lacloche, Parisian Jewelers, 1892-1967”

Rediscover a luminous star in the Parisian jewelry firmament.

Exhibition “Lacloche, Parisian Jewelers, 1892-1967” will be temporarily closed until further notice.  The School’s working hours will change to 9:30am - 6:30pm Monday to Friday  (Enquiry: +852 2653 0030 or hk.lecole@vancleefarpels.com). Thank you for your understanding.

November 22, 2021 - April 6, 2022

1pm - 7pm, Mon - Sun

Exhibition Closure: 31/1, 1-3/2

Free Admission

L'ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts
510A, 5F, K11 MUSEA, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
+852 2653 0030                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

Revered between the Belle Époque and the 1960s, the Maison Lacloche attracted a vast, prestigious, and international clientele. Its delicacy and poetry dazzled many eyes in the 1925 International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts in Paris, and later across both sides of the Atlantic among European royals and Hollywood stars, with its stunning jeweled renditions standing at the forefront of the Art Deco movement. Once a summit of high jewelry from France, and yet, its name has long since faded into oblivion.

Pendant watch, 1908. Platinum and gold, sculpted rock crystal, pearl, diamond, miniature painted on alabaster, dial covered with facetted amethyst. Vacheron Constantin Heritage Collection © Benjamin Chelly

Bringing together over 40 Lacloche pieces of jewelry, cases, compacts, and precious clocks from around the world, this retrospective exhibition by L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts – the fruit of dedicated research and a book written by the curator Laurence Mouillefarine – is the first-ever monograph to retrace the fascinating yet troubled history of the Parisian jewelry house. Premiered in Paris and now traveled to Hong Kong with newly selected creations, this exhibition illustrates the Maison’s technical prowess and impeccable taste, whose luster shines as bright today as it did in the past.

Follow this link for more info about the Exhibition: https://www.lecolevancleefarpels.com/hk/exhibition/lacloche



For the health and safety of our visitors, the exhibition opening dates and hours may vary according to the latest government guidelines. The hygiene of public areas and facilities is strengthened, with alcohol hand sanitizers at your disposal. Visitors are subject to temperature check before admission and have to wear their own masks in the school premises. From 9th Dec 2021 onwards, visitors are required to use the “LeaveHomeSafe” mobile app upon check-in.

Please find the latest updates on L’ÉCOLE Asia Pacific’s website (www.lecolevancleefarpels.com/hk) and social media channels (Facebook, Instagram: @LECOLEAsiaPacific). Thank you for your kind understanding.

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About L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts

L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts was established in 2012 in Place Vendôme, Paris, with the support of High Jewelry Maison Van Cleef & Arpels and opened its second permanent location in K11 MUSEA, Hong Kong in fall 2019. It is the first school in the world to invite everyone from the general public to connoisseurs to explore the world of jewelry arts. In addition to providing courses throughout the year at the permanent Paris and Hong Kong locations, L’ÉCOLE has expanded its educational programs worldwide with travelling editions featuring special courses, talks, publications and exhibitions in cities such as Tokyo, New York and Dubai. L’ÉCOLE carries several research projects and partnerships with museums and academic institutions, including Musée des Arts Décoratifs (Paris), La Comédie-Française Museum (Paris), École Boulle, École supérieure des Arts Appliqués et du Design (Paris), Liang Yi Museum (Hong Kong) and Hong Kong Design Institute (Hong Kong). It also offers online educational videos, live online conversations and a library specialized in jewelry arts.