Diamond Blue

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.

Diamond Blue is a family business that boasts 30 years of experience in the jewellery and diamond business. They strongly believe in good service, and provide a guarantee and a repair/maintenance service. Diamond Blue specialises in refined 18 carat gold jewellery with diamonds and coloured stones. The team has a certified diamond expert on staff who can advice customers in the shop. The store is also open on Sundays and public holidays.
 
“After years of hard work and honesty, dedicated to providing the best service and jewellery and putting the customer first we consider the “Antwerp’s Most Brilliant” label a reward for our efforts and excellent quality. Honesty comes with a price.”

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Vestingstraat 77
Antwerpen
+32 32 13 15 22
http://www.tomjewelry.be
info@tomjewelry.be

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