Born and raised in Paris, Laura Gallon carries a family heritage dating back to the 1920’s. It was back then that her great-grandparents established their jewelry store and workshop in Orléans, two hours South of the Parisian capital, to dedicate their lives to fine jewelry.   

With an extensive background in the fashion industry that took her from Paris to New York, Laura always had a strong interest in jewelry. This interest combined with her family heritage led her to create her own brand.

Laura's inspiration comes from her travels and unique experiences around the world. As a tribute to nature’s wonders, each piece has an elegant yet modern essence while honoring Laura’s family tradition.

Through her creations, Laura invites you to discover different gemstones and to fall in love with their magical beauty.

Laura Gallon
Laura Gallon

An invoice dating from 1937, handwritten by Laura Gallon's great-grandfather.

Laura Gallon Joaillerie is more than just a brand, it’s the story of how Laura found her true purpose through the revival of her great-grandparents jewelry legacy.

The Gallon boutique in Orléans, Rue Royale circa 1940.

Laura Gallon
Laura Gallon

After sketching out each piece of jewelry, Laura works hand in hand with the workshop in France where the pieces are meticulously crafted by experiences master jewelers. Always emphasizing savoir-faire, these handcrafted pieces represent the talent and skills of the expert hands that bring them to life.

"As a GIA-certified Gemologist, I place gemstones at the heart of all my creations and personally select all of the gemstones featured in my jewelry."
- Laura Gallon

Laura Gallon
French actress Marine Delterme wearing Laura Gallon Joaillerie on the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival 2022.
French actress Juliette Tresanini wearing Laura Gallon Joaillerie on the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival 2022.

Laura’s unique experiences and heritage are intertwined with every ring, necklace, bracelet or earrings she creates.

What makes a piece special are the emotions that we put in them.

Laura Gallon