This jewelry company is celebrating 60 years in the United States and much longer in jewelry-making history!
When you can trace your ancestry 2,500 years to the tribe of Levi, one of the fabled 12 tribes of Israel, a 500th anniversary may not seem like a big deal. But to the three sons and two daughters of Abdulrahim Ephraim LeVian, who died in 2000, celebrating their company's history was very important.
The LeVian children have paid tribute to their father, who emigrated from Persia in 1950, with a spectacular collection of jewelry and objets d'art that has never been shown outside the family vaults before. The collection, "LeVian through the Centuries," was displayed at the JA International Jewelry Show and has traveled to stores since then for public viewing.
LeVian is the only jeweler who does a fashion show in Vegas, the largest jewelry show in US. The Le Vian name has become one of the most recognizable brands of jewelry in America today.
They use rare gems that are about to become extinct such as the chocolate diamonds of today. LeVian also uses hidden settings that vanish and show off the diamonds and gems best.
The Art Deco period has a unique vintage look that is sought after again and again. With the Deco collection this styling has been brought back with affordable prices.
Among its awards and honors, the company was chosen to design the jewelry for Mrs. America and Mrs. World as well as the ruby and diamond tiara for the Fiesta Bowl Queen. Le Vian® was also singled out by the Associated Press for its quality of design and master craftsmanship.