Juwelenhuis Ruys

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. 

We are a 160-year old family business with a reputation as one of the most attractive shops in Antwerp. We are a traditional jeweller par excellence with a wide range of diamonds, precious stones, jewellery, watches and silverware to suit young and old alike. For diamond lovers we offer stones from reputable sources to suit every budget: we can provide both the diamond of your dreams and the piece of jewellery that you wish to make it into. Whether you want to take a look at our collection, gather information, bring in jewellery for repair or ask for advice, you are always welcome to visit our shop from Tuesday to Saturday between 10.30 am and 5.30 pm or by appointment.
 
“Our Antwerp-based 160-year-old business, founded on the trust of our customers, simply could not exist without this quality label. Antwerp is a goldmine for diamond lovers, and for them the label is a reliable guide to what they need to know and where they need to go in order to realise their dreams at a reasonable price,” says Jean van der Haegen, manager at Juwelenhuis Ruys.

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Sint-Jorispoort 26
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+32 32 32 49 65
http://www.ruys.be
ruys@skynet.be

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