Tracing its origins to the Faberge workshops in Russia at the turn of the last century, Oscar Heyman & Brothers enjoys a reputation for quality and design. Centuries old skills are still imparted from father to son so that the technical know how is never lost.
he company has been run by the Heyman Family for three generations. At its inception in 1912, there were three brothers, Nathan, Oscar and Harry who were later joined by Lena, William, Louis, Frances and George.
Family dedication continues to be the key to maintaining the original high standards. Members of the 2nd and 3rd generation work side by side with dedicated and skilled employees who continue to create jewelry of the highest standards for the connoisseurs of the twenty-first century.
Excellence in design is as essential to an Oscar Heyman & Brothers piece as is its execution. Each era in the firm’s history has been marked by prominent pieces fashioned at the time. The celebrated gardenia, pansy and orchid brooch won Best of Show at the 1939 Worlds Fair, and continues to be in demand today. Mr. Oscar Heyman always used to say that “jewelry should never be a candidate for redesign but should transcend time like a fine painting, never losing its appeal.