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2022 Fine Jewelry

Editors’ Choice

Royal Jewelers, Andover

The philosophy that drives Royal Jewelers is that the most important products aren’t necklaces and rings, but people. This customer-centered attitude has been part of the shop since its founding in 1948 and endures today, creating a shopping experience that is rewarding and relaxing. The inventory includes pieces by many of the most sought-after designers, including David Yurman and Wellendorff, and the store’s buyers are always keeping an eye on the latest fashions. 58 Main St., Andover, 978-475-3330,

Custom: Elyse Fine Jewelers, Reading

When a piece plucked right from the case just won’t do, Elyse’s Richard Berberian will work with you to create a design that suits your—or your recipient’s—unique character, style, and even skin tone and eye color. Sketches and wax models are created to help bring the vision to life, and gems are hand-selected and hand-set. And Elyse custom pieces cut middlemen and markups, so the final cost is often lower than that of a retail item. 95 Main St., Ste. 2, Reading, 781-942-4565,

Readers’ Choice 

DeScenza Diamonds, Peabody

DeScenza has been in the fine jewelry business for more than 100 years, so they know a thing or two about how to keep customers happy. Repeat shoppers cite the staff’s honesty, knowledge, and dedication to personalized service as reasons they will keep coming back. And as a bonus, the store has made an ethical commitment to source diamonds only from select mines that meet high environmental, social, and business standards. 161 Andover St., Peabody, 978-977-0090,

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