In Paris, 1965, Jean Dinh Van set up his workshop with one ambition: to invent essential, less formal and more personal jewelry. The artist offers creations that mirror women, far from the traditional constraints: aesthetic needs, discomfort of huge pieces and frustration with the limits to their use, reserved for special occasions.
A dinh van creation stands out well and can be distinguished from thousands of others. Contemporary and timeless, it offers pure, simple and delicate shapes to women, men and children.
Bracelets, pendants and rings play with excess and nothing. The dimension of these sensual and essential pieces is revealed by becoming one with those who wear them. Some universal symbols, born of the optimistic observation of his time, were responsible for the brand's success, namely: Cible, Chinese Pi, Seventies and Dinh van Menottes.