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Best Local Jewelry Designers In DFW

September 4, 2012 5:00 AM

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Filled with elegance and ritz, Dallas is a cosmopolitan city with a wealth of fashion and couture jewelry designers ready to spoil your every fancy. From custom wedding settings to gems and charms, there’s a jewelry designer who’s certain to make every one of your wildest jewelry fantasies come true, no matter how big. After all, this is Texas.

Rachelle Dauphinee
Rachelle Dauphinee Jewelry
3319 Unicorn Lake Blvd., Suite 112
Denton, TX 76210
(940) 380-4500
rachelledauphinee.comFrom bohemian beaded designs for the modern gypsies to rock and crystal pieces for the Earth Mother, there’s a bit of organic beauty for everyone at Rachelle Dauphinee’s jewelry boutique. Inspired by worldly places Rachelle has visited such as India and Egypt, she brings culture to the south with lots of color and unique gem cuts. Available at Stanley Korshak and The Revolving Door in Dallas and Lawrence’s in Fort Worth, pair your baubles with anything from a slip dress to a business suit effortlessly.

YLANG | 23
13350 Dallas Parkway, Suite 1300
Dallas, TX 75240
(866) Ylang-23
www.ylang23.comLocated in the upscale shopping destination of the Galleria, Ylang23 takes pride in offering impeccable service to its Dallas fashionistas. Owners Joanne and Charles Tiechman opened the store in 1985, and with a substantial rise in popularity, have expanded greatly. On top of the latest jewelry designs and collections, any girl can eat her heart out with the likes of pieces designed by Virgins, Saints and Angels, Jennifer Meyer, Good Fortune charms and India Hicks.

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deBoulle
6821 Preston Road
Dallas, TX
1 (800) 454-GEMS
www.deboulle.comIf you can imagine a 14,000 square foot French inspired villa packed with classic treasured time pieces and ornate estate jewelry, you’ve officially landed at deBoulle in Dallas, Texas. Everything really is bigger here including the education of the jewelers, many who are GIA Graduated Gemologists. Offering the finest brands including Cartier and Ebel, deBoulle was handpicked by each premier brand to offer their exquisite designs. If you’re looking for something on the highest end of jewelry design in Dallas, park your car out front.

Haltom’s
317 Main St.
Fort Worth, TX 76116
(817) 336-4051
www.haltoms.comYou won’t mind watching time fly as you stroll through the Fort Worth Stockyards and take a glimpse down at your Rolex. Located right downtown on Main Street, Haltom’s has been serving the Fort Worth community with class for over 100 years. For European inspired jewelry pieces, check out the collections from Old World Chain. Ready to pop the question? She’s certain to say yes so long as you present a rock from world-class designers Ashi or Scott Kay. Celebrate a milestone or an anniversary and be sure to stop by and check out the collection of TAG watches, all while enjoying the old time charm of this cowboy town.

Grissoms
9524 Camp Bowie Road
Fort Worth, TX 76116
1 (800) 362-6645
GrissomsSince 1967, Grissoms has been pairing up their southern hospitality with Swiss watches, much to meet the demand and loyalty of its local customers. Family traditions run deep at this fine jewelry retailer, where owners Tom and Shirley Grissom now offer the rare service of platinum casting thanks to the fancy investment of a very complicated and expensive machine. Other rare and unique services include watch and clock repair, as well as a wealth of estate pieces that can be redesigned and dipped in platinum should your heart desire.

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Jodie Michalak is a freelance fashion and beauty editor with over 800 published articles. She’s a cosmetologist and skincare advocate who shares her knowledge and passion with a worldwide audience. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.

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