<div id="cke_pastebin"> <span>RÖELL Jewellery’s passion is to enhance your personality and elegance with the jewellery it sells. The Black Beluga, Carrousel, Millésime, Eterno and Grace collections are all different, with champagne-coloured or black diamonds and even rose-cut diamonds.</span></div>
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Juwelen Henri Dom is the right address for diamond- and pearl-set jewelry. The jewelry shop offers pearls for every budget. The pearl necklaces are strung and knotted in the workshop. Service and expertise are the watchwords here.
Juwelen Orogem is a family company built by three generations of diamond dealers; it has been a member of the Diamond Club of Antwerp for 35 years. For many years, the eldest Van Camp managed a diamond cutting workshop. His son extended this passion into naturally colored diamonds. The grandson, who specializes in jewelry, joined the team in 2007.
J.M.C. Van der Veken is a Belgian “high jewelry” workshop. Its jewelry is always produced entirely by hand, to the highest standards, with attention to detail and no compromises in quality. Even those details that won’t be directly visible receive the attention they deserve.
Diamani Jewels is located in the Antwerp Diamond Club, the oldest diamond exchange in the world, right in the heart of the international diamond trade. In his “Joaillerie du Club”, Patrick de Landtsheer offers diamonds and exclusive jewelry designs made in his own workshop.
Diamond Blue specializes in fine 18 carat gold jewelry sets with diamonds and colored gems. A licensed diamond expert is on hand to advise you.
Joaillerie du Centre opened in 1956 in the heart of the diamond district. Since then the shop has grown into a family business with a passion for fine jewellery.
Salomon Wijnberg, the owner of Adelin, applies two criteria for jewellery: every piece must be unique and special. He buys and sells antique and old jewellery as well as vintage watches. Here you can still find authentic diamond jewellery with old cuts”.
Jeweler Rudiam specializes in designing and creating exclusive, handmade jewelry. In the Rudiam workshop, jewelry is produced following a long tradition of quality and expertise. Rudiam represents two generation of jewelers-diamond dealers, and has been at the heart of the diamond district for over 35 years.
Prominent Belgian jewelry store Juwelier Slaets celebrated its 110th anniversary in 2014. Since 1904, the Slaets family has run its own watchmaking workshop with the same passion and expertise. The selection includes more than 40 prestigious watch and jewelry brands.
Juwelenhuis Ruys is a family-owned company founded 160 years ago; today, it is run by the 5th generation. The jewelry store is known not only for its large choice of diamonds and precious gems, gold and silver jewelry and silverware, but also for its superb Art Nouveau building. Juwelenhuis Ruys has the Antwerp’s Most Brilliant label, so you can be certain to find the unique piece you have been searching for, with a full sense of trust.
Colman is known for its own JBS brand of jewelry. In the workshop, you can have your customized jewelry made. Colman also sells prestigious brands of watches and jewelry, and has its own repair workshop.
Rembrandt Jordan studied at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp and at the Royal College of Art in London. The purity of his expressive designs makes them a joy to behold.
The designer Nico Taeymans creates original, hand-made, contemporary jewellery, sometimes with seemingly rough unpolished surfaces. Together with his team, Taeymans develops several collections every year.
Studio TWEE is a creative jewellery gallery and was founded by Lotte De Mey and Nathalie Perneel. The designers met at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp and decided to establish Studio TWEE in 2011.
In 1987, Wim Meeussen launched his collection of exclusive jewelry designs with unique shapes. Each one is a testament to his unmatched love, feeling and expertise. Wearing his jewelry is sharing his passion.