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Are there any localy owned jewlery stores?

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    I had great luck at Alexander’s Jewelers[/url] on High St. for my wedding ring. Also try Etsy’s Shop Local page; a ton of talented jewelry-makers sell there.

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    Elizabeth Lessner
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    Gustavo at Beechwold Custom Jewelers is my go-to guy. He made my wedding ring. I highly recommend him.

    http://beechwoldcustomjewelry.com/Beechwold_Custom_Jewelry.php

    #389841

    Tigertree
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    I agree on both Alexander’s and The Mercantile. Alexander’s is super helpful and friendly and you can always find something interesting and unique at Grandview Mercantile.

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    roy
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    jennyw wrote >>
    Weidinger, in Grandview Heights:
    http://williamweidinger.com
    http://www.yelp.com/biz/william-a-weidinger-goldsmith-and-jewelry-designer-columbus

    William Weidinger gets my vote too. He is awesome, it’s a real pleasure to do business there.

    #389843

    Moz
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    roy wrote >>

    jennyw wrote >>
    Weidinger, in Grandview Heights:
    http://williamweidinger.com
    http://www.yelp.com/biz/william-a-weidinger-goldsmith-and-jewelry-designer-columbus

    William Weidinger gets my vote too. He is awesome, it’s a real pleasure to do business there.

    Yup. Another vote for Mr. Weidinger. His craftmanship and customer service are second to none. If you click on the Yelp link that jennyw posted you’ll see my review.

    #389844

    turbo ninja
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    I bought my wife’s engagement ring at the Grandview Mercantile and then had her band custom-made at Diamond Exchange on Gay @ High. Both experiences were a pleasure.

    #389845

    jennyw
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    Oh, and I’d also recommend Anne Holman. My husband and I got our wedding bands from her:
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/AnneHolman?page=1

    #389846
    Anne Evans
    Anne Evans
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    yes, I have a couple of pairs of earrings by Anne Holman and I love them!

    #389847

    Faith
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    lizless wrote >>
    Gustavo at Beechwold Custom Jewelers is my go-to guy. He made my wedding ring. I highly recommend him.
    http://beechwoldcustomjewelry.com/Beechwold_Custom_Jewelry.php

    Gustavo made my wedding ring too! And he repaired my engagement ring a few months later, when it cracked. I have a rather unusual engagement ring, and he made a very delicate, perfectly shaped wedding band to go with it.

    His place looks sketchy and he is a total character. (He feels that jewelry design is as much about armchair psychology of the customer as anything else. And I think he’s right.) But any jewelry repair/design I ever do in the future I will take straight there.

    #389848

    Faith
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    #389850

    Faith
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    #389849

    aaminian
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    Ricolla wrote >>
    Argo and Lehne in UA. They are a class act. I had the prongs on my mother’s engagement ring (which was bought there 40 yrs ago) replaced and they did an excellent job.
    http://www.argolehne.com/

    +1. Hit up Bob Argo. He’s the man.

    #389851

    Jen43
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    The Diamond Cellar is the largest locally owned jeweler in Columbus. They carry all the big brands – Rolex, David Yurman, etc. as well as the largest selection of engagement rings and wedding bands in the city. They have a large staff of goldsmiths to do custom design and repairs.

    They have 2 stores, one at Easton and one in Dublin on Sawmill Road.

    http://www.diamondcellar.com

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