Few jewelry companies can trace their history back as far as Le Vian. The Le Vian family has been crafting jewelry in Persia since the 15th century, but can trace their roots back over 2500 years to the Levi tribe, one of the original 12 tribes of Israel. It was in 1950 that Abdulrahim Ephraim LeVian came from Persia to America and founded the Le Vian company. He was highly regarded worldwide for his exquisite work with turquoise and tanzanite. In addition to being a master jewelsmith, he was also admired for his work ethics and honest business dealings.
Today, his family continues to tradition of producing quality jewelry that is suitable for both every day and for special occasions.
Industry Pioneers: Le Vian was quickly recognized in the United States for some of the unusual jewel treatments that they used. For example, the twisted rope technique, which uses thin strands of twisted gold set with small, round diamonds or other stones, quickly became popular among other designers.
Commitment to Excellence: Le Vian spent 50 years searching to find enough matching heart-shaped sapphires for a matching set that included a necklace, earrings, and ring. This type of dedication is apparent in the craftsmanship of all of Le Vian