We’ve said it before, but it’s worth restating: Royal Jewelers sales advisors are non-commission because they believe this builds the foundation for a trusting and transparent relationship. As such, everyone on staff wants you to walk out with exactly what you came for, making it all the more likely you’ll return as a satisfied repeat customer.
58 Main St., Andover, 978-475-3330, royaljewelers.com
Editors’ Choice (CUSTOM)
The custom design services at Elyse Jewelers are in a class of their own. There is something extra special about being able to have a hand in designing a piece, and knowing that the people you entrust with this task are among the best in the industry. From engagement rings to wedding bands to fashion jewelry, you won’t be sorry you turned to this shop for your custom jewelry needs.
95 Main St., Reading, 781-942-4565, elysejewelers.com
Editors’ Choice (RINGS)
The rings at Tesoro Boston are everything. Which is why it is extra exciting that the pandemic appointment-only model at the Diamond & Design Bar and Style Showroom will continue. This allows every client to receive the best personalized service and undivided attention. You can book the design bar for a date night or special occasion, too.
149H S. Main St., Middleton, 978-539-8720, tesoroboston.com
Jenni Stuart Fine Jewelry
First things first: Jenni Stuart Fine Jewelry is moving to a new, larger location this fall! It will remain in downtown Salem and will be a studio retail experience in partnership with Helios Floral Design. The new location will include space to host events and classes. Clients can also look forward to a new and exclusive engagement and bridal line.
201 Washington St., Salem, 978-414-5798, jennistuart.com