Mission-driven company

Maison Vever is the first company in the luxury sector to be designated as a mission-driven company. This status, created by the French government, is intended for "companies that wish to work for the common good by putting the resolution of social and environmental challenges at the heart of their model".

The company's objective is to offer a jewelry that respects mankind and nature and is exclusively made in France.

Maison Vever is a member of the Mission-driven Companies Community in France (Communauté des Entreprises à Mission).

Made in France

The promotion of French know-how has been at the heart of the House's philosophy since 1821.

To bring its creations to life, Vever surrounds itself with the best French craftsmen of the Place Vendôme. They handle with virtuosity the most modern as well as the most ancestral ways of jewelry making, such as enamel plique-à-jour.

The enameler the House calls upon, Sandrine Tessier, is a Meilleur Ouvrier de France (MOF ) and her workshop is labeled "Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant".

The diamond of the 21st century, respectful of Man and Nature,
is grown in a laboratory:

Since 1821, Vever has always sought and valued know-how, innovation and human genius in its creations.

In the 21st century, we remain faithful to this spirit: we use exclusively diamonds that human science now manages to grow in a laboratory. Unlike mined diamonds, these exceptional diamonds, result of decades of research, allow for a minimized ecological footprint, total traceability, and the guarantee of good working conditions for the men and women who grow them.

A lab-grown diamond is strictly the same gem as a mined diamond. Made of 100% carbon, they have the same physical, optical and chemical properties. Their only difference lies in their origin: one grew under the earth's mantle, the other grew in a laboratory reproducing the same processes worked by Nature.

Recycled gold

The world is full of gold on the surface: it is estimated that 80% of Earth's gold reserves have already been extracted.

Most of the gold extracted each year comes from industrial mines, which exploitation has a considerable impact on the environment: mining waste, soil pollution, greenhouse gas emissions.

This is why we have chosen recycled gold for our jewelry and fine jewelry collections.

We work with RJC COC certified refiners. The gold they recycle comes mainly from jewelry production waste, but also from the recycling of old jewelry, dental gold and electronic devices (telephones, computers).


Our boxes are sustainably designed.

They are made entirely of recyclable paper and cardboard, FSC-labeled, guaranteeing the sustainable management of the forests from which they come. The cushions that welcome and protect the jewel are covered with natural silk that comes from the end of rolls used by the haute couture parisian houses.

Marion shapes the boxes by hand with her teams at Atelier Dreieck in Paris. The quality and meticulousness of their work make each case a work of art.