History / 1980

  • 1980

    Oscar Heyman & Brothers opens its office in Tokyo, Japan. The office remains active through 2004.


    The company celebrates its 75th anniversary. Tom Heyman, grandson of Harry, joins the firm.



    Lewis Heyman, grandson of Harry and brother of Tom, joins the firm.

  • 1985 (ca.)

    Yellow gold jewelry rises in popularity, as do brooches, in particular flower and animal motifs.

    1990 (ca.)

    Oscar Heyman & Brothers production for Tiffany and Co. peaks. The company produces about 7,000 guard rings annually, along with hundreds of Pansy items and American Flag pins.


    Marvin Heyman, son of Harry, becomes president of the firm.