Oscar Heyman

The Jewelers' Jeweler

Oscar Heyman JewelryThanks to Oscar Heyman’s inimitable designs, many of the last century’s most brilliant luminaries—from dignitaries and royalty to international celebrities—have shined a little brighter. The company’s founding brothers trained in the rigorous workshops of Fabergé before leaving Eastern Europe for New York. In addition to their rarified skills, they brought with them an abiding passion for gemstones and an old-world approach to gracious customer service.

Oscar Heyman balances a rich history with a modern point of view, appealing to glamorous women of all ages with a style that is eternal. Among our many renowned pieces are those commissioned by such illustrious houses as Van Cleef & Arpels, Tiffany & Co. and Harry Winston, as well as the exquisite necklace design for the legendary pear-shaped 69.42 carat Taylor-Burton diamond made for Cartier. Every Oscar Heyman design meets the most exacting standards, not only for the cut and clarity of the stones but for the sheer ingenuity and grace of the settings.

Oscar Heyman Jewelry

Celebrating 100 Years

2012 marks the 100th anniversary of Oscar Heyman. Since 1912, Oscar Heyman has been creating exquisite jewelry that showcases the striking elegance of colorful gemstones and the beauty of women who wear it. Each piece of Oscar Heyman jewelry is ingeniously designed and meticulously crafted by American artisans using techniques passed down through three generations of this family business. The result is an enduring legacy of heirloom quality jewelry that truly transcends time. Among Oscar Heyman’s many renowned pieces from their 100 year history are those commissioned by such illustrious houses as Van Cleef & Arpels, Tiffany & Co. and Harry Winston. Oscar Heyman looks forward to presenting their 100th anniversary collection which will feature pieces of classic styles to celebrate each decade of creative genius and reputation for quality of the Oscar Heyman jewelry dynasty.

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