V as in Vever
Two hundred years of history is the rare, discreet and naturalistic heritage of one of the most charming houses in Parisian jewelry. For the first time, Henri Vever's descendants lift the veil on the fabulous history of this dynasty, deeply marked by the personality of its founder.
In the intimacy of Vever
In the intimate, luxurious atmosphere of its apartment-style salons, with a breathtaking view of the Rue de la Paix, the Vever jeweler showcases the prestigious past of the house founded in 1821, through a presentation of some 50 pieces (precious jewelry, objets d'art, historical archives).
Rue de la Paix celebrates Art Nouveau
Two exhibitions organized by Maison Vever and the École des Arts Joailliers take a documented look at the riches and lessons of Art Nouveau.
Exhibition "In the intimacy of Vever, jewelry and objects of arts since 1821" : the story of five jewels from the Art Nouveau jewelry house
Two centuries after its creation and two years after its rebirth, in its showroom transformed into a curiosity cabinet, Vever revisits the history of its jewellery dynasty with its exhibition "In the intimacy of Vever, jewelry and objects of arts since 1821".
Marie-Sophie Lacarrau wears the Ginkgo necklace in yellow gold
to present the 1pm news on TF1.
Far from the big luxury jewelers, small and medium-sized companies are pioneers in lab-grown diamonds
Less polluting and less expensive, even if it remains complex to manufacture, laboratory-grown diamonds are gaining ground over their mined counterparts.
"What if, one day, I start the family business again?"
INTERVIEW - Camille Vever resurrects the jewelry company that her grandfather closed in 1982.
the ecological revival of luxury jewelry
For the bicentenary of its creation and after forty years of sleep, the prestigious house has launched a new collection. In the catalog: recycled gold, lab-grown diamond and jewelry made in France.
The extraordinary renaissance of Vever, the Art Nouveau jeweler of the crowned heads
The jeweler of the Tout-Paris of the Belle Époque is in full revival. A house frequented by the Shah of Persia, the Tsar of Russia and even the President of the French Republic, it will be exhibited at Sotheby's on September 24.