Certificate of Registration
When you register your LeVian watch, you will receive from the company a Certificate of Registration stating that your LeVian precision timepiece is one of a Numbered Limited Edition and is backed by the fine reputation of the LeVian family. About Le Vian
To trace the history of LeVian, you must go all the way back to 16th century Persia, where the family first established itself as purveyors of fine jewelry. Their reputation was such that when the Shah of Persia returned from his conquest of India in 1746, he chose to entrust the LeVian family with the precious gems he had collected, including the legendary Kohinoor diamond, the world's largest discovered ruby, and other priceless stones. In 1950, Mr. A. LeVian, having emigrated to New York from Persia, re-embraced the family tradition, formally establishing the company known today as LeVian. Currently headed by the founder's son, Eddie Le Vian, the company continues to produce exquisite fine jewelry and counts among its collectors billionaires, royalty, and Hollywood celebrities. LeVian watches are produced in numbered limited editions by renowned Swiss watchmakers, using only the finest materials and Swiss precision movements.