Contemporary and timeless, dinh van offers its pure and simple shapes to women, men and children. The entire dimension of these sensual, essential pieces of jewelry is revealed as they become one with those who wear it. Some universal symbols, issued from the optimistic observation of its time, have made the success of the brand: dinh van Menottes, Cible, Maillon, Seventies and Chinese Pi.
Inspired by the common handcuffs, Jean Dinh Van created in 1976 a cleaver key ring that can easily separate keys into two sets.
The Chinese Pi collection was created in 1991, coming from Jean Dinh Van's will to work pure gold 24K, to protest against a law that authorized the import of 9K gold in France.
Paying tribute to this decade, the collection is inspired by the emblematic shapes of the 70's: a mix of straight and round lines.
During the 60's dinh van created Maillon, a chain that would be exclusive to the brand.
Created at the beginning of the 70's, the Impression collection combines vintage inspiration and modernity.
Created at the end of the 60's, the Cible pattern is a pierced gold disc, decorated with a notch.
Created at the beginning of the 70's, the Serrure ( French for clasp ) collection stands out by the design of the clasp.
Feminine and sensual, the Double Sens collection reveals two movements that join together, endlessly repeating themselves.
First tube ring created at the begining of the 70's, Anthea is more contemporary and modern than ever.
Spirale collection unites the playful spirit. dinh van makes use of the spirale desing to create rings that become infinitely entangled.
Playing with the round and square geometric forms, dinh van crafted this clasic interpretation of simplicity in Le Cube.
Jean Dinh Van composes Le Pave with the fullness and emptiness of the round and squre forms.
In 2013 Jean Dinh Van comes back to create for the JDV collection. These pieces play with emptiness and the circle's pure and perfect shape.
dinh van calls on the memories of adults and enchants children by creating patterns that can be worn as cord bracelets or as pendants.
For this collection of pendants La Sphere combines metal and ornamental stones for a resolutely graphic and fun piece of jewelry.
Paying tribute to his father and in memory of his razor blades, Jean Dinh Van chose to turn this every day life into a precious one in 1972.
Jean Dinh Van's classic and simple watch.
For the Vertige collection dinh van uses cultured pearls, gold sphere and pave diamond spheres and holds them, as if by magic, in a gold ribbon.
dinh van gives a new interpretation of the universal symbols such as Heart, Star, Cross and Tag.
Discover dinh van's new creations.