North America Jewelry Stores

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Zales Jewelers, United States

  2501 Mt Holly Rd - Burlington, NJ              
As the best-known name in retail jewelry, Zales Jewelers has a broad selection of classic and contemporary styles. Zales stores sell more diamond jewelry than any other jeweler in North America. In addition to diamond fashion jewelry, Zales offers gold, cultured pearls and an extensive wedding jewelry selection. In fact, it is the extensive bridal collection that represents the largest part of the chain’s business.
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Van Busch Fine Jewelry, United States
  578 5th Avenue - Midtown - New York, NY              
"Jewelry has always gone hand in hand with fashion and fashion's innovations have influenced our creations.
The millennium revisits the themes of black magic, the folk heroines, the military style, the Russian aristocracy, the opulence of the 50s, and the pure and geometric lines of the 70s and 80s. Jewelry from the house of VAN BUSCH completes today's multidimensional high style scene. Rich glowing yellow gold has made a strong comeback and is a perfect fit to the cognacs and beige hues and the classic black of daytime and evening wear.
Celebrate the ultimate mix of fashion and elegant jewelry with our unique designs. Yellow gold and white gold jewelry paired with diamonds or colored gemstones may appear transparent and delicate, while another style direction has jewelry with bold and powerful forms worn as a means of self-expression."
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Lalique Boutique, United States
  609 Madison Avenue - New York, NY
             
Since the early days, LALIQUE's recurring themes included the female form, flora and fauna. The female was both the object and the subject of René Lalique's masterpieces. She was often portrayed as voluptuous with an arresting sensuality and mysterious demeanor. An ode to feminine beauty, Lalique's craft plays with satin-like reflections  and flushfemale form, flora and fauna crystal that evokes the graceful and delicate qualities of a woman. Fauna and flora consist of flowers, fruit, trees, insects, birds, fish, and reptiles: no single plant or animal is despised. Though depicted by realism yet sometimes stylized, nature remains an inexhaustible source of inspiration on which the LALIQUE identity was built. Strong Art Nouveau and Art Deco inspirations add strength and lightness to the ornate masterpieces of the past and present. http://www.lalique.com
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Bayco Gem Corp, United States
  580 Fifth Avenue - New York, NY              
Fine jewelery. The most precious stones in the world.
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Zales Jewelers, United States
  2230 Broadway - Broadway - New York, NY              
As the best-known name in retail jewelry, Zales Jewelers has a broad selection of classic and contemporary styles. Zales stores sell more diamond jewelry than any other jeweler in North America. In addition to diamond fashion jewelry, Zales offers gold, cultured pearls and an extensive wedding jewelry selection. In fact, it is the extensive bridal collection that represents the largest part of the chain’s business.
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Robert Lee Morris, United States
  400 West Broadway - (Between Spring & Broom) - New York, NY
             
Robert Lee Morris is one of the most celebrated jewelry artists of our time. A pioneer in both process and design, he is a prime mover in the jewelry-as-art movement.
His work combining elements of nature, spiritualism and pure design, creating a unique synergy that is deeply organic and sublimely fluid. http://www.robertleemorris.com
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Maurice Badler Fine Jewelry, United States
  578 Fifth Avenue - New York, NY              
Maurice Badler established his business in America over fifty years ago. Prior to that, he was a master diamond cutter in Antwerp, Belgium. His painstaking attention to small details earned him a reputation as a perfectionist. If you worked for him, you had to be good!
Today, the business remains in family hands, with Maurice's son Jeffrey at the helm. As a skilled gemologist, he has earned a reputation for skill and honesty on par with his father. But now, he's taken the excitement of the company to a new level. With an experienced eye for fashion, Jeffrey travels to Europe regularly to seek out as yet undiscovered designers whose wares have not yet been seen. He's established relationships with some of the finest jewelry artisans the world has to offer. You'll be able to come to Maurice Badler to see the latest in jewelry trends well before most even know the designs exist. With his contacts around the world, we're able to have the standard basics at a quality and price level that others can't compete with.
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Zales Diamond Store, United States
  408 416 Fulton Street - Fulton Street - Brooklyn, NY              
As the best-known name in retail jewelry, Zales Jewelers has a broad selection of classic and contemporary styles. Zales stores sell more diamond jewelry than any other jeweler in North America. In addition to diamond fashion jewelry, Zales offers gold, cultured pearls and an extensive wedding jewelry selection. In fact, it is the extensive bridal collection that represents the largest part of the chain’s business.
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Ross-Simons, United States
  3500 Peachtree Road NE - Phipps Plaza - Atlanta, GA              
Apply today for the Ross-Simons Preferred Account enjoy no payments and no interest for up to a year on in-store purchases of $1000 or more*. Receive exclusive extras, such as complimentary gift wrapping and jewelry cleaning.
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Martinique Jewelers, United States
  750 Seventh Avenue - New York, NY              
A well-selected piece of jewelry can encapsulate feelings of love to last a lifetime. If you’re in New York, let Martinique Fine Jewelers help you find the perfect piece of jewelry. Specialized in diamond jewelry, including a wide selection of engagement rings and wedding bands, and also offering a diverse array of necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and rings for any occasion.
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M. Khordipour Enterprises, United States
  10 West 47th Street - New York, NY              
An established resource for fine antique and estate jewelry at wholesale prices. Collection includes an impressive inventory of antique cushion and old mine cut diamonds, as well as diamond engagement ring and rare antique jewelry pieces from the Victorian, Edwardian and Art Deco periods.
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Works Gallery, United States
  1250 Madison Ave. - (89th/90th Sts.) - New York, NY              
The Works Gallery is a sophisticated jewelry store that has graced The Upper East Side of New York for twenty-one years. From its simple beginning, to the upscale town of Southampton, L.I., the thirty year old business has culminated its journey in the city as a success. The classic store presents a wide scope of fine jewelry created by some of the most famous and talented artisans from around the globe.
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Michael Dawkins, United States
  33 E. 65th St. - Between Park & Madison - New York, NY              
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Michael has always designed collections using classic materials that he is inherently drawn to: silver, gold, diamonds, an endless variety of semi-precious stones, as well as more unusual natural materials found in travels around the world. Early in his career, he discovered the ancient technique of granulation, in which metal is heated and formed into tiny spheres which are affixed in various patterns. Incorporating this design element alongside clean crisp lines into much of his work provides a signature that is uniquely his own. Using this wide mix of materials and an extensive vocabulary of design elements allows him to present collections that combine his modern, functional sensibility with an infinite respect for the hues, textures, and compositions abundant in nature.
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Erwin Pearl, United States
  Copley Place Mall - Weston Hotel - Boston, MA              
The entire process of creating Erwin Pearl jewelry begins at one of several factories. The Armbrust and Kunzman chain divisions have been producing quality fashion pieces for over fifty years, making Erwin Pearl the only major jewelry manufacturer and wholesaler which retains its own chain factory, allowing for the best possible control over quality and production
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Kentshire Galleries, United States
  37 East 12th Street - New York, NY              
Established in Manhattan in 1940, Kentshire Galleries is the foremost dealer of fine English antique furniture, furnishings, and accessories in America. We invite you to view the selected examples presented here from our extensive inventory and to visit us when you’re in town.
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Links London, United States
  535 Madison Avenue - New York, NY              
The company resulted from a simple request for a pair of fish cufflinks - bizarre but true. A local restaurant owner commissioned the manufacture of a pair of sterling silver cufflinks, as a gift for their loyal restaurant clients.
Harvey Nichols, the exclusive London fashion store, loved the design and ordered a whole collection. Links of London was born and today we have grown internationally with stores in the UK, Hong Kong, USA and Canada.
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Ross-Simons, United States
  The Mall at Short Hills - Route 24 & JFK Parkway - Short Hills, NJ              
Ross-Simons is the nation's leading value-priced retailer of fine jewelry, tableware, gifts, collectibles and home decor. Offering prices up to 20-80% below comparable retailers. With over 50 years of multi-channel retailing, Ross-Simons is a well-known, respected, and reputable source for "Lifes Luxuries For a Lot Less."
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Zales Outlet, United States
  680 Nassau Park Blvd - Princeton, NJ              
Zales Jewelers’ focus has always been on providing a wide range of choices for mainstream jewelry customers who seek excellent value in fine jewelry. For this reason, Zales designs and provides much of its jewelry to meet its customers' tastes and expectations for quality and style. Zales Jewelers also carries brand-name jewelry, including watches, allowing the jeweler to offer its customers a wide variety of merchandise at a range of price points.
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M & J Trimming, United States
  1000 Sixth Ave. - (Between 37th & 38th Sts.) - New York, NY              
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Zales Diamond Store, United States
  Staten Island Mall - Staten Island, NY              
Providing a wide range of choices for mainstream jewelry customers who seek excellent value in fine jewelry. For this reason, Zales designs and provides much of its jewelry to meet its customers' tastes and expectations for quality and style. Zales Jewelers also carries brand-name jewelry, including watches, allowing the jeweler to offer its customers a wide variety of merchandise at a range of price points.
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Rennie Ellen, United States
  15 W. 47th St. - New York, NY              
The diamond is the most important part of the ring and no two are exactly alike. The value and price depends on four factors. Clarity, color, cut, and carat weight. A diamond weight is expressed in carats with 100 points to a carat. Cut is also very important. A properly cut stone shines with a fire and brilliance, the likes of which are not seen in any other precious stone. Color also plays an important role in determining the price of the stone. The nearer a stone gets to being colorless, the greater its value. The final factor affecting price is clarity. Most stones contain natural imperfections.
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Zales Diamond Store, United States
  3107 Steinway Street - Astoria, NY              
As the best-known name in retail jewelry, Zales Jewelers has a broad selection of classic and contemporary styles. Zales stores sell more diamond jewelry than any other jeweler in North America. In addition to diamond fashion jewelry, Zales offers gold, cultured pearls and an extensive wedding jewelry selection. In fact, it is the extensive bridal collection that represents the largest part of the chain’s business.
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Satya Jewelry, United States
  330 Bleecker Street - Bleecker Street - New York, NY              
Blending spiritual symbols, healing gemstones and sacred meanings. Satya Jewelry is created with grace, style and global consciousness.
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Soho Gem, United States
  367 West Broadway - (between Spring & Broome) - New York, NY              
Established in 1998, Soho Gem's first fine jewelry boutique opened its doors in SoHo, the trendy shopping Mecca of Manhattan. With a unique selection of delicate, feminine designs and colorful, dramatic creations success was instant. One year later, a second store opened on Madison Avenue, a street renowned for its luxury shopping. The next natural step was to launch this beautiful on-line shop in 2007, long awaited by devoted customers from all over the country.
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David Yurman, United States
  729 Madison Avenu - Midtown - New York, NY              
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David Yurman is the founder of the David Yurman jewelry company. His signature jewelry line is comprised of "cable" jewelry, made from twisted sterling silver ropes.
Yurman established his company in 1979. Yurman, along with his wife Sybil, have sought, in the company's words, "to fuse art, fashion and fine jewelry.". The company is also notable for its use of supermodels in its advertising campaigns. Past campaigns have included models such as Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, and Amber Valletta and more. In 2006, Naomi Watts replaced Valletta as the face of the brand. Source
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Zales Diamond Store, United States
  433 439 86TH STREET - 86th Street - Brooklyn, NY              
Zales has grown from a single store selling jewelry alongside appliances and cameras to a major international jewelry corporation. Over the course of five generations, Zales expanded from a family jeweler located in just a few downtown locations to the largest fine jeweler in retail shopping malls across North America. Having surpassed 750 stores in the United States and Puerto Rico, Zales Jewelers has grown upon the strength of its traditions and its commitment to excellence.
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Ross-Simons, United States
  300 Boylston Street - The Atrium Mall - Chestnut Hill, MA              
"Certified Diamonds. Absolute Best Prices. At Ross-Simons, you'll find just the right diamond to fit your style at the very best price. Shop our thousands of certified diamonds, in every size, shape, color and cut, at the lowest prices ever."
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Mikimoto, United States
  730 Fifth Avenue - New York, NY              
In 1899, the first Mikimoto pearl shop opened in the fashionable Ginza district of Tokyo. The Mikimoto business quickly expanded internationally, opening stores in London (1913), then in Paris, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Shanghai and Bombay, and was thus one of the first Japanese brands to attain an international presence and recognition.
Mikimoto took advantage of every opportunity to personally promote his pearls, and took part in the 1926 Philadelphia World Exposition in which he displayed a replica of the "Liberty Bell" covered with pearls. Source
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Mondera, United States
  45 West 45th Street, Suite 808 - New York, NY
             
Launched in 1999, Mondera is a unique combination of enduring traditional craftsmanship & modern innovative ideas in the business of jewelry. Founded by Fred & Pascal Mouawad, Mondera brings to you the Mouawad family’s collective experience of 119 years in the business coupled with a modern approach to help serve you better.
Every piece of our jewelry at Mondera goes through stringent quality control checks. (See the Mondera Promise). Every one of our diamonds is a high quality diamond, graded by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) or the American Gem Society (AGS). Diamond Certificates are issued by these two organizations. We never compromise at any stage in the making of our jewelry whether it is the workmanship or the quality of our products.
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Tiffany & Co., United States
  Fifth Avenue at 57th Street - Manhattan - New York, NY              
Charles Lewis Tiffany, founder of Tiffany & Co., was dubbed "the King of Diamonds" by New York City newspapers. In the spring of 1887, Tiffany bought the French Crown Jewels.
Tiffany designs were worn by such famous families as the Astors, the Vanderbilts, and the Morgans. Athletes, Hollywood stars, and even European royalty adored these diamonds. Museums valued the Tiffany designs, which ranged from the Art Nouveau period to Art Deco to today's modern styles.
Today, the 128.54-carat Fancy Yellow Tiffany Diamond is on display in the New York City flagship store. Source