Our iconic jewelry store offers the finest in gemstone jewelry, from cocktail rings to bangles to mother’s pendants set with birthstones. Many customers are even buying colored gemstone engagement rings. If you can dream it, you can find it.
Some of the most popular jewelry in our store comes from the CỌLORE line. This line has a distinctive look that tells you it’s a CỌLORE, with high-quality gemstones set in sterling silver either with or without gold accents. CỌLORE is also known for offering the richest colors in the purest stones from around the world. There’s a CỌLORE piece for every taste and occasion. We invite you to look at the line or take the CỌLORE Find Your Color Quiz.
Most jewelry stores make an effort to share where and how their diamond jewelry is sourced—for example, whether it’s fair trade and conflict-free. You hear much less about gemstones, but not here at Goodman’s. In our jewelry store, we not only offer conflict-free diamonds but are also proud to offer Fair Trade gems from Columbia Gem House. These gemstones are brought from mine to market adhering to strict standards for environmental and social responsibility. You can truly buy with confidence and conscience.
There are a million reasons to give that special someone the gift of jewelry. And with gemstones, just because is always enough. Visit our store, and we’ll help you bring sparkle to that special someone—or even pamper yourself with something beautiful!
Chatham Created Gems – To view the Chatham Created Gems collection click here.
Gemstone of the Month:
April’s Birthstone ~ Diamond
A diamond is a stone that truly states, “I love you” in a deep way. In fact, you’ve probably heard the slogan many times that “a diamond is forever.” This is because of the stone’s symbol of deep, everlasting love, as well as the fact that it’s the hardest substance known on earth.The diamond is also the stone that marks the 60th anniversary of marriage, and is the birthstone for the month of April. It is believed that the first diamonds were discovered in India, at least 3000 years ago, but more likely as long as 6000 years ago. In Ancient India, people viewed diamonds as religious icons.
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