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Whether it's a simple solitaire mounting or a complex diamond-encrusted setting, for us, it comes down to design and craftsmanship.
We are aggregators of the world's finest brands, so you can expect nothign less when browsing our assortment of Swiss timepieces. Whether you're looking for a gift for someone else, or you're a seasoned timepiece collector shopping for yourself, you'll find the perfect watch here.
We have a long history of craftsmanship that continues today. We are jewelers in the true sense of the word, as we still manufacture and repair right here in our store.
The Diamond Cellar began as a humble repair shop in 1947, and is now one of the largest independent stores in the United States. We pride ourselves on our professional staff of goldsmiths, designers, graduate gemologists and diamond certificate holders who make the Diamond Cellar a world-class jeweler.
Jewelry is meant to be worn, and when it comes time to clean or repair it, the Diamond Cellar is here to help.
With a goldsmith shop that rivals many jewelry manufacturers in size, there is very little we can't do in-house. You can feel confident knowing your jewelry rarely has to leave our store for service. From cleaning and polishing a ring to stringing pearls to complete repairs or redesigns, our experts will do it right and stand behind their work.
Bring your fine jewelry into the Diamond Cellar occasionally to let us check for loose stones or general wear. Regular inspection and cleaning is the best way to make sure your jewelry looks its best and lasts a lifetime.
Chlorine can damage jewelry. Remove all your jewelry before you go swimming or into a Jacuzzi.
Don't heap your jewelry into one drawer. Remember a diamond ring can scratch that pearl necklace. Keep them separate and ideally wrapped in velvet, paper, or silk.
All fine jewelry can be safely cleaned at home by soaking for 10 minutes in a mixture of water and non-detergent soap at bathwater temperature.
Use a soft brush on hard gems to loosen any dirt around the prongs.
Don't wear fine jewelry when doing housework or gardening.
Do not use toothpaste to clean jewelry as its abrasives can damage softer gems and metals.