Jewelers in Fort Worth, TX

Detailed information and reviews of Fort Worth, TX stores, wholesalers and suppliers offering gold and silver fine jewelry, handmade wedding rings, necklaces, watches and earrings. Post your requirements and receive no obligation price estimates and quotes from the local jewelers.

Cowtown Gold & Silver - Gold Jeweler in Fort Worth(817) 877-4653
The Best Place to Buy and Sell Your Gold and Silver. Cowtown Gold & Silver is the right place with the most affordable prices for all your gold and silver related transactions. Whether you are selling old jewelry or purchasing a huge amount of gold bullion, Cowtown can handle your transaction speedily and discreetly. We currently have over fifty combined years of knowledge to serve you better. Let our friendly team prove why we're the finest in the
913 University Drive, Fort Worth TX, 76107
James Avery Craftsman - Designer Jeweler in Fort Worth(817) 732-8021
Fifty-three years after he 1st established the firm, James Avery officially stepped down as CEO in May 2007 and passed the reigns to his son Chris. He is still involved with the firm and many days you can find him pursuing what he loves - creating new design ideas out of his office at the corporate headquarters in Kerrville. Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and raised in the Chicago area, James Avery was 1st introduced to the scenic Texas Hill Country, by way of the U. S. Air Corps. Cadet Avery
4601 W Freeway, Fort Worth TX, 76107
Ridglea Watch & Jewelry - Diamonds Jewellery in Fort Worth(817) 377-1766
At Ridglea Watch & Jewelry, we're dedicated to taking the mystery out of acquiring and caring for fine jewelry and timepieces. That's why our jeweler and horologist (watch specialist) are not hidden in a back room, but are always right out front and available to answer your questions. We're Fort Worth's most complete repair
6387 Cmp Bowie Boulevard, Fort Worth TX
Hardies Jewelry - Fine Jeweler in Fort Worth(817) 923-7401
Hardie's Jewelry opened its doors for business in 1956 by its owner, Jess O. Hardie. Jess's interesting professional career started in 1940 as an apprentice jeweler and hand engraver at Haltom's Jewelry Store in downtown Fort Worth, Texas. Though his interest in the jewelry industry held his fascination, at age nineteen following the attack on Pearl Harbor, Jess could not resist the urge to join the military in support of his country. After a four year stint in the Army Air Corp he was drawn
3500 Blue Bonnet Circle, Fort Worth TX, 76109