January: Garnet, Rose Quartz

February: Amethyst, Green Quartz

March: Aquamarine, Bloodstone

April: Diamond

May: Emerald, Chrysoprase, Agate

June: Pearl, Moonstone, Alexandrite

July: Ruby, Carnelian, Onyx

August: Peridot, Spinel, Sardonyx

September: Sapphire, Lapis Lazuli

October: Opal, Tourmaline

November: Topaz, Citrine

December: Turquoise, Tanzanite, Zircon


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Frequently Asked Questions

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1. Can you tell me a little about your company's history?

We are second generation family jewelers, in business since mid 1930’s and operate in both retail and wholesale levels. was designed and introduced with the sole intention of providing quality merchandise & service at affordable prices.

2. What type of products/services do you offer?

We offer Diamond & Color Gemstone Jewelry, Brand-Name Watches & Watch Accessories, as well as Custom Made Jewelry. We also offer jewelry & watch repair services. Below is a short list of the main areas of our business concentration:

Diamond Jewelry: Rings, Bracelets, Necklaces, Pendants, Earrings, and complete matching Sets. We offer almost all items in 14k yellow/white gold, and 18k yellow/white gold, and Platinum. Please see catalog for selections.

Color Gemstone Jewelry: Rings, Bracelets, Necklaces, Pendants, Earrings, and complete matching Sets. We offer all color gemstones such as: Emerald, Ruby, Sapphire, Tanzanite, etc. Please see catalog for selections.

Men’s Diamond and Color Gemstone Jewelry

ALL Brand-Name Watches: Rolex, Patek Phillipe, Audemars Piguet, Vacheron Constantin, Breguet, IWC, Tag Heuer, Baum & Mercier, Breitling, Movado, Wittnauer, Omega, and many more.

Jewelry & Watch Repair Services

3. Do you have a physical store and a showroom? Can I come and visit/purchase if I am in the area?

Yes, we do have a physical store in Walnut Creek, California located about 15 miles east of Oakland and 30 miles east of San Francisco. You and your guests are most welcome to visit/purchase from our store.

4. How do I know the jewelry I receive is the quality I purchased?

We stand behind every item we sell. You can rest assured that you will receive the value and product you expect or better! We can also provide Appraisal Certificates for any piece of jewelry you desire for a nominal fee.

Appraisal Certificate is an estimate of the approximate retail replacement value of the jewelry, which may be used for insurance coverage or other purposes. The appraisal certificate contains information such as an accurate description of each article of jewelry being appraised along with an image and the appraised value.

5. Do you offer financing?

We offer financing via Paypal’s BillMeLater.

6. Do you offer a layaway plan?

Yes, we do offer a layaway plan.

7. Do you ship items in a nice box?

Yes, we ship each item of value in a beautiful individual presentable jewelry box.

8. Do you re-size rings, lengthen/shorten bracelets, repair/restore jewelry items?

Yes we do. Please contact us and we will be more than happy to provide the jewelry service you need.

9. My finger size has changed over time, can I have my local jeweler re-size the ring that I purchased from you some time ago?

Yes, however please emphasize the type of material (14k, 18k, platinum, etc.) to your jeweler so that they do the job utilizing the same base material as the ring. Also disclose any kind of known treatment (if any) on the gemstone to your jeweler.

If the ring is “Invisible Setting” or “Tension Setting” or any other kind of specialized setting, please make sure that the craftsman is particularly experienced and equipped to handle the re-sizing job properly. You are always most welcome to send your ring to us and we will take care of re-sizing it for you.

10. Are you an authorized original watch manufacturer dealer?

No, we are not authorized dealers for any of the watch brands we sell. However, we work closely with a network of authorized watch dealers and thus can buy name brands and models directly from them.

11. Are all the diamonds and other color gemstones on the jewelries you provide, laboratory certified?

We can most certainly provide laboratory certified (AIG, GIA, EGL, local labs, etc.) loose stones and jewelry items. However there is an additional cost involved in having the stones certified.

We do a lot of business with AIG (American International Gemologists) Gem Laboratory. Cost for AIG certification range anywhere from $100 to $500 depending on the complexity of the item being certified. GIA certified stones normally are priced roughly 20% more than uncertified stones. EGL certified stones are priced roughly 10% more than uncertified stones.

Having the stones certified by our local recognized laboratory is the least expensive. Due to costs and time involved in having the stones certified, in our experience based on customer requests, we find that normally people do not tend to request certification for high grade color gemstones, and for single diamonds weighing 4ct. and less.

12. I see a very nice Ruby (or sapphire or emerald or other color gemstone) ring (or bracelet or necklace, etc.) which is also covered with diamonds of several shapes and sizes, however I cannot afford it. What are my alternatives?

There are other lower cost alternatives, contact us for advise.

13. Top quality flawless diamonds are EXPENSIVE. Are there other less expensive alternatives to diamonds?

Yes there are. We recommend the following alternatives: 1) Lab grown diamonds, 2) Moissanite, 3) Cubic Zirconia.

14. Why does a single gemstone costs more than several smaller gemstones of equal total carat weight and quality?

For example a ring with one 1.00ct. colorless, top quality diamond can be worth more than 10 times as much as a ring with several small diamonds of 1.00ctw. (total weight) of the same quality. This is because the supply of larger single diamonds is very limited and therefore the price higher.

15. What is Platinum?

Platinum is a white precious metal used in jewelry settings or watch casings and watchbands. It is important to note that Platinum is not white gold. Platinum is naturally white whereas white gold is created from yellow gold by adding nickel, copper, zinc and sometimes silver.

Platinum resists corrosion and does not tarnish. Platinum is harder than gold and silver, so it outwears them. Its hardness is about the same as Iron (4-4.5 on Mohs’ hardness scale). Platinum is very heavy and dense compared to other metals. it is approximately twice as heavy as silver, and about 1.65 times heavier than 14k gold, and 1.4 times heavier than 18k gold.

Because of its strength and density, Platinum holds diamonds very securely and has high resistance to wear. This is why Platinum prong settings are sometimes used on gold rings and why estate jewelry made of Platinum often looks relatively new after many years of wear.

Platinum is very rare, even more so than gold. Over 20 times more gold and over 12.5 times more silver are produced annually. Approximately 95% of all Platinum supplies come from South Africa and Soviet Republics.

Platinum normally cost more than pure gold on the monetary market exchanges. The high purity of Platinum jewelry (90%-95%) compared to 14k and 18k gold jewelry (58%-75%) is another reason why platinum is more expensive.