Southwest Florida Diamond and Jewelry Company, serving Naples, Estero, Fort Myers, Bonita Springs and Cape Coral. For three generations, Dunkin’s Diamonds has offered an experience unlike any other in the jewelry industry. Known for our standard of excellence, Dunkin’s Diamonds is known for providing a fantastic selection.
Costume Holiday House's inventory of wigs, makeup, suits, and party supplies enables costume changes ranging from spooky to comical. Customers can dress themselves as everything from pop-culture icons to terrifying specters and macabre forms, and an ample supply of wigs and accessories form the basis of inventive costumes that don’t require full-body suits or rubber masks. In addition to wearable Halloween goods, the shop also sells fog machines and animated props that set the stage for monster mashes and haunted houses. Costume Holiday House accommodates dress-up even in the Halloween off-season, with theater costume rentals for schools and community plays, or Second Skin colored bodysuits for showing team spirit at a baseball game or camouflaging into the green-screen background at local commercial shoots.
School Matters helps students at Toledo Public Schools and Toledo charter schools assemble a new outfit or uniform from an inventory of decorous clothes for boys, girls, and 10-year-old headmasters. For gents, crisp Dickies pair nicely with polos and sweater vests, whereas girls can round out their own navy cardigans with brown plaid skirts or slacks. Jackets featuring characters such as Spongebob and Disney princesses add a touch of whimsy to the classic ensembles.
The Schatzley family has been designing, repairing, and appraising jewelry for more than three decades. Jack Schatzley's IRS- and court-approved appraising skills (typically $65 for the first item and $35 for each additional item) make the studio a sparkling choice for treasure-exams. Renee Schatzley's custom-jewelry talents—mined by bauble-fans who wish to give one-of-a-kind engagement rings or design their own pendants—give her a shimmering backbone of design skills. Services include fixing broken chains, resetting diamonds, resizing finger trinkets, and reconstructing rings that have been mangled during games of monster-truck pattycake. Schatzley's recutting service wicks chips and scratches off of gems, using the offending flaws and excess gem powder as glitter in high-quality children's craft projects.
Voted Dayton's best jeweler by Active Dayton readers in 2010, Elizabeth Diamond Company adorns fists, wrists, and clavicles with designer rings, bracelets, necklaces, and more. Necks can flaunt an 18-inch strand of pearls ($183) or a round citrine pendant ($59), while a Divagi diamond and ruby ring turns every handshake into a dazzling spectacle ($300). The newly betrothed can ogle certified diamonds in a variety of designer shapes and cuts, including Tacori engagement rings ($2,370+) and the Veragio Couture Collection ($1,210–$4,300). With pieces by a wide range of stone-smiths, including Simon G, Ritani, and Divagi, sparkle seekers have their pick of styles, from cocktail-party chic to slot-machine queen.
Since founding their shop in 1946, three generations of Harrises continue to augment time-tested bauble-smithing methods with the latest technological advances. A staff of accredited gemologists shepherds shoppers through a vast array of diamonds and gemstones, or provides romantic advice for spouses-to-be. Custom designs are a specialty, and the ornamentalists prefix each unique piece with a wax facsimile for a perfect fit. Staffers can also repair heirloom pieces to particular specifications, as well as appraise them or expunge them of loitering genies. :m]]