Monday, May 20, 2013

Northeastern Fine Jewelry in Upstate New York

Northeastern Fine Jewelry opened its doors in 1980 as a coin shop. Just five years later, the business incorporated and became the jewelry store it is today. Their aim is to provide the very best in jewelry to everyone in the Northeastern area. They give equal treatment to every customer from the smallest budget to the customers who spare no expense. They want every customer to be treated like royalty and to purchase jewelry that is fit for royalty as well. Based upon that creed, they have become the highest volume jeweler in the area. They now have three locations in upstate New York and one location in Vermont.

The designer jewelers at Northeastern Fine Jewelry include more than fifty of the top designers. Mikimoto, Hearts on Fire, Judith Ripka, Favero, Scott Kay, and Tacori name just a few of the designers represented at Northeastern. They also offer designer watches by Cartier, Citizen, Tissot, and Michele among others. Between the four Northeastern stores, 64 designers are represented. Not all designers are available at every store. It is best to check the collections available at each store before making a trip there.
In addition to the many designer pieces offered, Northeastern Fine Jewelry also has a master jeweler available to create custom and unique pieces of jewelry. Employing techniques such as hand sketching and computer assisted design, beautiful custom pieces are created. These custom designs can become treasured heirlooms that are of the highest quality and craftsmanship. Northeastern also has a certified watchmaker available for watch repair. Technicians are available to do repairs of all kinds on both watches and jewelry. Northeastern specializes in taking care of their customer’s needs whether they are for a watchband adjustment or the creation of a custom engagement ring of large and perfect proportions.
Northeastern Fine Jewelry
Northeastern Fine Jewelry also has an appraiser available to value any and all kinds of jewelry and watches. The appraiser is highly qualified and can correctly value both modern and antique jewelry. All precious metals and stones including diamonds, rubies, emeralds, pearls, etc. can be evaluated at Northeastern by their in house appraiser. The laboratory the appraiser works in is certified by the Accredited Gemologists Association. This distinction is renewed every two years. The appraiser is a senior member of the National Association of Jewelry Appraisers. Northwestern appraisal has done work for government, lawyers, and individuals and is highly trusted.