Finlay Enterprises has origins dating back to 1787 achieving $100 billion over two centuries. By 2010, Finlay Fine Jewelers was the largest operator of leased jewelry departments in over 1200 stores in the US and France:
May Department Stores; Foley’s, Filene’s, Kaufmann’s, Robinson’s May, Meier & Frank, Hecht’s, Strawbridge, Famous Barr, L.S. Ayers, Lord & Taylor. Federated Department Stores; Bloomingdale’s, Burdine’s, The Bon Marche’, Rich’s, Lazarus, Goldsmith. Saks Inc. Department Stores; Carson Pirie Scott, Boston Store, Bergner’s, Younker’s, Parisian’s.
Finlay graces red carpets at the Golden Globes, Oscars, Grammys, and Independent Spirit Awards. Vin Lee Jewelers, the creator of the tennis earring/ear cuff/climber, is worn by celebrities, diplomats, royalty, most notably by family of the President of France at Cannes. The Diamond Standard brand sold to affiliate of Jimmy Choo Limited, a subsidiary of Labelux.
Finlay owns 20 of the top 50 US jewelry brands.
With the new economy Lichtenstein’s is christened with offerings found in Qatar Holdings’ Harrods, Russia’s Gum, and Orcofi’s (Luxadvor) Hediards. Lichtenstein’s has retained a role in the development of fashion and design. This connection to fashion royalty would inspire CEO Vin Lee to acquire French fashion house Orcofi recreating its portfolio of iconic brands including Andrelux, Lorenzo, Collaert, Bohata et Cie, and Acanta. Finlay Fine Jewelers and Heilig-Meyers Furniture joins Orcofi exclusively available online at Lichtenstein’s Department Store.
Hadid has been built upon the legacy of heritage luxury brands excellence in fine jewelry, fine furnishings, haute couture, and fashion. Finay Enterprises, Heilig-Meyers Furniture, and French Fashion House Orcofi merged with the company in 2017. The Hadid brand will expand beyond North America in 2018 with a private line of couture merchandise offered by our Garfinckel and Lichtenstein Department Stores.
Finlay merges with Hadid
Finlay Fine Jewelers, Bailey, Banks, and Biddle*, Congress Jewelers*, Diamond Park, Jay B. Rudolph, New York Jewelry Outlet, Park Promenade, Luxuria, Société Nouvelle d’Achatde Bijouterie (SONAB), Lundstrom Jewelers, Marks Brothers, Whitehall Co. Jewellers, L. Luria & Son, Linz Brothers, Crescent Jewellers, Bucceli Gem, Ephraim Brasher, Jean Goujon, Missirs, L.D. Giddens & Son, Shifrin-Willens Jewelers, Merksamers Jewelers, Haute Bijouterie, Corrigan’s Jewelers,
Sweeney’s Jewelers, Fine Jewelers Guild, Ceylats, Diamonds on Rodeo, Diamonell, Gotthelfs, Henricks, Vin Lee Jewelers, Zemil Jewelers, Bailen, DuQuet Jewelers, Goldmans, Stockdale Jewelers, Shreya, Silvermans, Wingrove, Woodstock, Coral Jewelers, Higinbotham, Jewelry Banker, Krisselmeyer, Roskells, Ziaris, Barlow & Eaton, Barclay & Sons, Castleberg’s, S&N Katz.
*sold off to investors
Lichtensteins Department Store
Hadid brands, Finlay Fine Jewelers, Heilig-Meyers Furniture, Orcofi Holdings, Dalgety, IMASCO, and Pushkin are now exclusively available online at Lichtenstein’s Fine Department Store & Luxury Boutique. Please visit us at Lichtenstein’s (www.Lichtensteins.com).