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Featured Le Vian Collections

  • Explore the new Le Vian Tramonot D'Oro diamond and gemstone collection
    Tramonto D'Oro™
    Shine bright all day and night with the Tramonto D'Oro collection. Only at Jared.
  • Shop the new Mare Azzuro collection from Le Vian, featuring shades of blue gemstones, including Blue Topaz, Aquamarine, Tanzanite and Blue Zircon.
    Mare Azzurro™
    You are all things water,
    only at Jared
  • Le Vian Dolce D'Oro collection
    Dolce D'Oro™
    Let your indulgence awaken,
    only at Jared
  • Shop the Le Vian Virtual Vault, while supplies last
    Virtual Vault
    One-of-a-kind & limited edition pieces, while supplies last

More About Le Vian

  • Find a Le Vian in-store event near you
    Le Vian Events
    The largest one-day showing of Le Vian show special jewelry
  • Shop all Le Vian diamond and gemstone jewelry
    Discover Le Vian
    At Jared you will find more exclusive Le Vian styles than any other store in the world
  • Shop all Le Vian Chocolate Diamond jewelry
    Chocolate Diamonds®
    Le Vian is the only company in the world to make jewelry with Chocolate Diamonds®

What Style Inspires You?


The History of Le Vian®

Discover Le Vian®, fine jewelers with an illustrious centuries old legacy. The house of Le Vian® is famed for jewelry that combines a reverence for the past with a passion for defining future trends. Choosing and combining colors of gems and metals is a hallmark of Le Vian® jewels from the rich blue of Blueberry Tanzanite® to the fiery red of Raspberry Rhodolite® and sweet Chocolate Diamonds®. At Jared, you will find more exclusive Le Vian styles than any other store in the world.

Innovative Design

Translated from its first form, an artist’s sketch, the Le Vian design comes alive with flavor, a process that includes choosing the gem and/or diamonds, selecting the cut that reveals its unique beauty and creating the innovative setting that brings it all together. Over 250,000 sketches each year begin this journey. Only 25,000 complete the voyage.