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Top jewelry stores in Chicago

If you're in the market for a diamond engagement ring, earrings or other fancy accessories, check out these top jewelry stores in Chicago

Helen Ficalora is one of the best jewelry stores in Chicago.
The idea of going to a jewelry store can be pretty daunting, whether you're looking to repair Grandma's watch, find the perfect vintage diamond earrings or lock down an engagement ring to pop the question. You can rest easy knowing that whatever type of bling you seek, our favorite local jewelry stores, many locaated on Jewelers Row in the Chicago Loop, have you covered.

Best Chicago jewelry stores

Erin Gallagher Jewelry

At this Lincoln Park boutique known for personalized jewelry, you can customize your necklaces, earrings and bracelets with choice of style, metal and gemstone. Also a great place for "day of" bridal jewelry and bridal party gifts, in addition to engagement rings, wedding bands and fine jewelry.

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Lincoln Park

Ethan Lord

Recently settled into its new Jewelers Row location, Ethan Lord is well-known for its custom design services and attention to detail. Each customer can expect a private, in-depth consultation with a specialist, with all jewelry manufactured on-site.

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Loop

The Gold Hatpin

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In the market for something a little different? You're guaranteed to walk out with a one-of-a-kind piec at this vintage shop located inside the Oak Park Antique Mall. While the shop specializes in antique engagement rings and wedding bands, everybody can find something in its $3 budget section. Not into "something old"? They can also design you "something new."

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Oak Park
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G.V. Jewelry

No stuffy attitudes here; the father-son duo behind G.V. Jewelry will make sure you're treated like one of the family. With owner Julio's CAD design skills, they'll build you custom ring right in-house. Need repairs? No problem, they'll fix up your piece while you wait on-site, likely for less than $20.

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Lincoln Square

Helen Ficalora

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Chances are you've seen Helen Ficalora's dainty alphabet necklaces dangling from the throats of women around town. Make a trip to this cheery, hot pink showroom to find that perfect "everyday" bracelet, pair of earrings or charm necklace, which can be custom-ordered with or without diamonds in platinum and rose, white or yellow 14-karat gold.

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Lincoln Park

Marshall Pierce

At this high-end jeweler in business for 86 years, expect top-notch service and a wide selection of name brands like Tacori, Ritani, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Ivanka Trump, Dana Rebecca and Ralph Lauren. If you're on the hunt for fine jewelry or high-end timepieces, Marshall Pierce is definitely your spot.

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Magnificent Mile
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New York Jewelers

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This family-owned, seven-story behemoth on Jewelers Row is the go-to for Chicago's jewelry needs, boasting two showrooms and ten private diamond viewing rooms. Whether you're in the market for an engagement ring, watch, or just looking to repair or restore your favorite piece, New York Jewelers is a great bet.

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Loop

Steve Quick Jeweler

Named one of America's coolest stores by In Store Magazine, Steve Quick's Wicker Park location isn't your run-of-the-mill jewelry shop. In addition to their extensive jewelry offerings, from custom design services to estate pieces, this boutique-like studio boats rotating displays of local art, trunk shows featuring local jewelry designers, and even "Hipster Santa," who has been known to make a visit around the holidays.

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East Village

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3 comments
Jacob M

Oh hey, I remember going to the Marshall Pierce jewelry store last year. My wife actually took me there in order to repair a necklace and get her new earrings. It was a neat experience for her because she later ended up picking more than what she wanted. http://houseofclocksmn.com/annies-boutique.html 

Emily S

Thank you so much for the list of all these jewelry stores. I am planning on proposing to my girlfriend in a few weeks, but I need to pick a ring out first. I want to get her something really nice, so that is why I'm looking at all of these top jewelry stores. Does anyone have any suggestions on which store I should look at first? 

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Correy S

There are plenty of these fancy jewelry stores in my town. I wonder though, would a fancy jewelry store be able to do a jewelry repair service on my wife's diamond necklace? There were a few jewelry stores that we went to and each one of them have told us that they only do the selling. http://www.jandsgold.com/repairs/