Shop till you Drop: Jewelry – Readers’ Choice 2023

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Ben Shemano Jewelry

(415) 362-7777
A family-run business located just off Union Square owned by Ben and Kira Shemano, Ben Shemano Jewelry specializes in estate and custom jewelry, buying and selling fine watches, diamonds, precious stones and metals. The shop also arranges for the design and creation of custom pieces, and can evaluate or repurpose inherited jewelry.



Heller Jewelers

(925) 904-0200
Scott Heller and his wife Catherine opened Heller Jewelers — a new ReadersChoice winner this year — in 1996. Their mission is to provide the most incredible jewelry designs — the kind you cant find in the chain stores — and combine them with the most knowledgeable and caring service, so that we could establish long-term, trusting relationships with our customers.”



Kerns Fine Jewelry

(650) 348-7557
A new ReadersChoice winner this year, Kerns says, Our friendly, experienced group specializes in diamonds, colored gemstones, watches, styling, jewelry repair, watch repair, custom design, appraisals, gifts, tabletop, corporate giving, gift wrapping, joke telling, child entertaining and more,” all at their expansive showroom.

Shady Lane

(650) 321-1099
Hand-picked jewelry, much of it by local and international artists, is available at Shady Lane, a new ReadersChoice winner this year. Shady Lane was founded over 40 years ago by Alice and Rick Deutscher to showcase their own creations. Expect an extensive collection of jewelry featuring sterling silver, 14k and 18k gold, and gold vermeil designs highlighted with gemstones, pearls, niobium, and brass.”



Women of Rodef Sholom Gift Shop

(415) 444-8098
Affirmation cotton bracelets, chai necklaces in many variations, including opal, silver or turquoise. Cork bracelets. Star necklaces. Hamsa pendants, each decorated differently. Mezuzah necklaces with intricate designs. Beautiful earrings. All these — and even more jewelry — are available at the Rodef Sholom gift shop located in the lobby of the Osher Marin JCC.

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