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With a name like the “Gem State”, it shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise that there is plenty of great fine jewelry shopping in Idaho. After all, nearly every known gemstone has been mined in the state, and it is the only place in the world that six-pointed star garnets have been found. But even if you are looking for a more traditional stone like a diamond, sapphire, or emerald, you can still find well-designed, high-quality fine jewelry at many local stores.
If you are looking for local Idaho jewelers with a full-service selection of fine jewelry, your best bet is in Boise. Here are some of the best jewelers in Boise:
R. Grey Gallery—An inspiration to open up a small boutique showcasing the jewelry designs of Robert Grey Keller has evolved over the last twenty years into a large, sleek showroom featuring the work of over 150 local Idaho jewelers and artists. Despite carrying dozens of styles of creative contemporary jewelry, R. Grey Gallery remains a full-service classic jeweler, with services from simple repairs to complete custom jewelry design. R. Grey is located in the heart of downtown Boise, and is a fixture of the vibrant BoDo shopping neighborhood. But R. Grey is perhaps best known for their Real Steel jewelry line—a collection of eco-conscious jewelry pieces for men and women that incorporates recycled steel keys and railroad nails along with diamond and gold accents. The line most recently won the prestigious New Designer of the Year award at the Jewelers’ Association Show in New York.
Molenaar Jewelers—As Boise’s oldest and perhaps most trusted jewelers, Molenaar’s is a proud part of the downtown Boise community. Although they have been family owned and operated since 1941, Molenaar’s took a bold step into the twenty-first century with the opening of their new modern showroom in 2006. The sleek 4,000 square foot store features classic bridal jewelry as well as a carefully edited line of contemporary and artistic pieces. Molenaar’s prides themselves on a tradition of honesty, integrity, and community that stretches all the way back to 1941.
Lee Read Jewelers—If you are looking for the ultimate Idaho jewelry shopping experience, Lee Read is it. With a massive showroom exhibiting everything from classic diamond pendants to ornate engagement rings, Lee Read claims to be able to cater to every customer at every price point and with every imaginable taste—and lives up to that claim daily. Plus, a host of little perks—from free lattes to a “men’s waiting area” to a kids’ play space—making the shopping experience relaxing and comfortable, an ambiance furthered by the sales staff informative, but not pushy, approach. An in-house bench jewelers team can cater to any custom design or repair requests, and also takes care of Lee Read’s extensive free jewelry upkeep appointments.