History / 1960

  • 1963

    Oscar Heyman & Brothers celebrates its 50th Anniversary.

    1969, November

    Oscar Heyman & Brothers designs and manufactures the legendary Taylor-Burton Diamond into a necklace for Cartier in one week’s time so that Taylor may wear the piece at Princess Grace of Monaco’s Scorpion Ball.


    Oscar Heyman & Brothers jewelry goes to the moon. Apollo 16’s Charles Duke Jr, John Young, and Thomas Mattingly II are gifted and travel with gemstone encrusted medallions by the owner of North American Rockwell, the command module’s manufacturer.


    Her Majesty Queen Sirikit of Thailand purchases Oscar Heyman jewelry through Bangkok retailer H. Sena.

  • 1969

    Oscar Heyman & Brothers moves into 501 Madison Avenue, where the workshop and design studio remain today.


    Oscar Heyman dies in New York and George Heyman, the youngest of the brothers, becomes president of the firm.


    Oscar Heyman & Brothers begins to conduct business in Japan. David Heyman, son of Harry, runs the business there.


    Harry Heyman dies.