Meet the Team
A fourth-generation jeweler, hailing from Port of Spain, Trinidad, and raised in Toronto, Canada, Victor Rahim is our company's founder and primary craftsman. Trained in the art of creating fine jewelry in yellow and white gold, as well as platinum. Victor is a De Beers national award winner for diamond jewelry designing. He received that award when he was just 22.
A local of Eugene, Oregon, Teresa Rahim has a natural art background in drawing and painting. This was instrumental when she met Victor and started helping with the jewelry design process. Teresa has been doing jewelry design and repair and for over 20 years.
In 1981, Victor traveled from Toronto, Canada, throughout the United States, and finally stopping in Eugene, Oregon. There he met his wife, Teresa, and started a family. Soon after, the two opened their business where they continue to work side by side.
It is our commitment, as a family-owned business, to create jewelry to the best of our ability. We strike to make sure every client is delighted with their pieces.
Even as the economy rises and falls, we will never compromise on the quality of our finished product.
Since day one, we’ve been working tirelessly in order to expand our product offerings and make our customers experience even better. We’re proud of how far we’ve come, yet remain committed to performing even better.
Four Generations of Jewelers
Born 1893, in India, where she apprenticed in the art of jewelry. She then migrated to Trinidad & Tobago to continue on what is now 4 generations of jewelers.
S. Rahim Sr.
Born 1910, in Trinidad. He did not become a goldsmith until his later twenties. He had twelve children, nine of whom also became goldsmiths.
Born in 1957, in Port of Spain, Trinidad. He became an apprentice, under his father, at the age of fifteen. At 22, he won a national diamond jewelry design award from De Beers. He moved to Eugene, Oregon in 1982, and soon after, started his own business, along side his wife, Teresa.
Sheik Sonny Rahim
Born in 1930, in Trinidad. He is the master expert of the entire Rahim family. His apprenticeship started when he was just 12-years-old. He was commissioned to create the wedding jewelry for her royal highness, The Queen of England and her sister, Princess Margaret as a wedding gift from the country, He moved to Toronto, Canada in 1966 where he passed on his knowledge to his son, Victor.
A Royal Connection
Presented to her Royal Highness, Princess Margaret on her wedding day. A gift from the country of Trinidad for her marriage to Anthony Armstrong Jones, on May 6, 1960. Handcrafted by S.S. Rahim.