Fred Joaillier is a French jeweler brand named after the founder, Fred Samuel. The first store was opened in Paris in 1936 and became famous for its jewels designed by Jean Cocteau, and for its famous clientele, such as Marlène Dietrich and Grace Kelly. The company joined LVMH in 1996.LEARN MORE
Fred Joaillier is a French jeweler brand named after the founder, Fred Samuel. The first store was opened in Paris in 1936 and became famous for its jewels designed by Jean Cocteau, and for its famous clientele, such as Marlène Dietrich and Grace Kelly. The company joined LVMH in 1996.
The name FRED, after originally being imposed by German occupiers in Paris in the place of 'Fred Samuel' (because of the Jewish origins of its founder), was formally appropriated by the brand after WW2.
Fun fact: FRED Paris is the creator behind the iconic "Pretty Woman” necklace, made specifically for the film. The necklace was made of 18k white gold, diamonds and rubies. The brand also produced pieces for the film Casino Royale.
In 2012, Fred associated with Kate Moss for the design of an exclusive collection.BACK TO SHOP
|TOTAL GEMSTONE CARAT WEIGHT||0.59 ctw|
|MAIN GEMSTONE SHAPE||Round|
|MAIN GEMSTONE CUT||Brilliant|
|METAL(S)||Yellow Gold (18K)|
|CONDITION||Excellent- minor signs of wear on shank|
|MARKINGS||FRED w/ 2 Hallmarks|
|COUNTRY OF ORIGIN||France|
Diamond Solitaire & Gold Bead Ring, 0.59 Carats
From Fred Paris, the legendary designer who created jewelry for the beloved Princess Grace, as well as the artisan responsible for the incredible ruby necklace Richard Gere’s character presents to Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman, comes this 0.59 ct round brilliant-cut diamond from the 1960's (color: F-G; clarity: VS1-VS2). This contemporary 18K yellow gold solitaire diamond ring features a darling gold bead detail and is made in France.
This ring is a size 6, and is resizable upon request. Please note that all resized rings are final sale. This piece remains in excellent condition with only minor signs of wear on the shank. It has the marking "FRED" with two additional hallmarks.