Our Store hours are 10:30am - 6:00pm Monday - Friday, 10:30am - 5:00pm Saturday, Closed Sunday.
We are located at the corner of Westheimer and Weslayan, 3747 Westheimer Road, Houston, TX 77027.
Our showroom is open from 10:30am - 6:00pm Monday - Friday, 10:30am - 5:00pm Saturday, and Closed on Sunday.
No appointments are necessary, please stop by at your convenience and one of our expert Sales Associates will be happy to assist.
You can reach us by phone at 713-627-7787 or email us at email@example.com
Repairs and Services
We offer jewelry repairs such as: ring sizing, rhodium plating
Generally repairs can take up anywhere between one to two weeks depending on the repair work.
No appointment is necessary to drop off your repair, please stop by at your convenience and one of our expert Sales Associates will be happy to take it in.
Yes, we change batteries in Swiss made watches, we also replace the gaskets, and perform a WTP with this service.
We recommend you have your jewelry checked and cleaned every six months. We also offer complimentary ring cleaning so you may stop by at your convenience anytime to shine it up!
Yes, we do jewelry appraisals. Your jewelry will be carefully evaluated by a Graduate Gemologist (GIA) who can assess your jewelry and determine a value for Insurance Purposes.
Your jewelry will be carefully evaluated by a Graduate Gemologist (GIA)
Jewelry and Metals
- Vincent Peach
- Hulchi Belluni
- Meira T
- Deakin & Francis
- Lauren K
- Rudolf Friedmann
- Temple St. Clair
Diamonds and Gemstones
The 4 C's of diamond grading are Cut, Color, Clarity, and Carat Weight. The combination of all of these factors determine a diamond's value. The closer to absolutely colorless and the fewer inclusions, will a diamond make it more rare and expensive. Large diamonds are also more rare than smaller ones. Cut refers to how well a diamond is finished from its rough form.
Gemologists analyze, describe, and certify the quality and characteristics of gemstones. After using microscopes, computerized tools, and other grading instruments to examine gemstones or finished pieces of jewelry, they write reports certifying that the items are of a particular quality.