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Did you know the French word “Letreaimé” (pronounced: le-trem) means “the beloved”? Rebecca and Tomer Haviv, husband-and-wife team behind fine jewelry brand Letrém, launched their business with one purpose in mind - to create beautiful, delicate, and stylish jewelry pieces beloved by the women who wear them.   

Rebecca and Tomer got their start in jewelry design when they both earned bachelor's degrees in the subject at Shenkar College of Engineering and Design in Ramat Gan, in the heart of Israel’s Diamond Exchange. Now, they live in Los Angeles, California, where they design and create each piece of Letreaimé jewelry, a labor of love, down to each careful detail.

Letrém is made with high-quality materials and 100% natural, ethically-sourced diamonds. Rebecca and Tomer take great pride in ensuring that each piece meets their high standards and delivering a product their customers will adore and cherish for many years to come.

The designs are inspired by minimalist movements in art and design, including the creative trailblazers who lead these movements - like Zaha Hadid in architecture, Matt Shlian in origami, Donald Judd in sculpture, and Frédéric Forest in illustration. Rebecca and Tomer work on new designs daily, and collections are released every couple of months.

Each piece is affordable, without the high markups of traditional brick-and-mortar jewelry stores, so women can feel comfortable treating themselves to fine jewelry. Letrém customers build collections for stacking and layering as they please, since the jewelry is meant to be combined in a variety of ways.

Versatile and classic, each piece of Letrém is designed to be enjoyed every day, no matter what a woman’s style. Rebecca’s personal favorite way to style Letrém is to mix and match multiple earrings, wear one necklace for a minimal pop of sparkle, choose three rings for separate fingers on each hand, and pair two bracelets together, usually one cuff and a chain. But each woman will find her own way to wear her pieces - and feel graceful and composed, confident enough that natural beauty makes a powerful statement.