From Van Cleef and Arpels, gem and-pearl pieces that everything except move on the ear.
At the point when the choreographer George Balanchine appeared "Gems" in 1967 at the New York City Ballet's new home at Lincoln Center, it was viewed as the primary full-night conceptual expressive dance. Skeptics estimated that, with sparkly outfits and three acts titled "Emeralds," "Rubies" and "Precious stones," he was attempting to draw in a glitzier swarm for the generally ordinary move organization. Be that as it may, he demanded his motivation originated from the pearls in the Fifth Avenue windows of Van Cleef and Arpels, the Parisian diamond setter run by Claude Arpels.
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