Fine Jewelry




Editors’ Choice 

Royal Jewelers, Andover

Standout Qualities: Royal Jewelers has been owned and operated by the same family since 1948 and holds to a principle instilled by its founder: “The people who shop at Royal are more valuable than the jewelry we offer.”  

Philosophy: The staff is warm, friendly, knowledgeable, non-commissioned, and ready to give each customer the “Royal experience!”

What’s Unique: From a fun pick-me-up to a serious engagement ring, customers can shop in the David Yurman Boutique, which is one of the largest in the country, or select an heirloom-quality masterpiece from their exclusive Wellendorff Boutique.

58 Main St., Andover, 978-475-3330, royaljewelers.com

 

Readers’ Choice 

Tesoro Boston, Middleton

Philosophy: Jewelry is meaningful and personal and your buying experience should feel the same way.

What’s Unique: Sit down with a glass of something that sparkles and talk diamonds and jewelry at their signature Diamond Bar. Or book an appointment in the private style showroom. 

Insider Tip: Jewelry often symbolizes the most important relationships and moments in life. Tesoro takes an educated and styled approach to everything they do, matching customers with pieces that fit individual lifestyles and budgets. The goal is to build a jewelry wardrobe to last a lifetime.

149H South Main St., Middleton, 978-539-8720, tesoroboston.com

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