One of the most difficult things about gift-giving jewelry on Valentine’s Day is not giving her the same old thing. Almost all jewelry stores carry roughly the same streamlined designs: diamond solitaires, the chain-link charm bracelets, and heart-shaped pendant necklaces. If your Valentine is someone who loves jewelry, she already owns most of, if not all of your fine jewelry staples. What she really wants is something unique and different, and Noe’s Jewelry can help you find that special statement piece from its exclusive collection of designer jewelers.
Simon G: Simon G. Jewelry designs and manufactures some of the finest award-winning bridal, engagement, and fashion jewelry in the world. Over a 31-year period, Simon G Jewelry has grown from a family-run interest to a major company with internationally renowned designers and craftsman, and with 900 locations over the world. The company was founded by Simon Ghanimian, who began his career as an avid hobbyist in Beirut. The fashion jewelry of Simon G. is noted by its two-tone trademark of rose gold with top clarity gems and other precious metals such as platinum, palladium, and iridium, which Simon alloys himself to allow for more minute details in the metalwork settings while making them more durable.
Zeghani: Falling not too far from the Simon G tree is Zeghani by Simon, established by Ghanimian brothers Zaven and Hratch in 2008 in Los Angeles. Specializing in high-quality materials and modern, youthful styles, Zeghani has made couture fashion jewelry affordable using exclusively 14K gold. All Zeghani pieces are unique, glamorous, and glitzy, and have been featured in glossy fashion spreads like Marie Claire, as well as making cameo appearances on the neck, ears, and fingers of A-listers like Carrie Underwood, Kristen Davis, and Kesha.
Mark Schneider: For the Valentine who wears her art collection around her finger, she will always welcome a piece from award-winning designer Mark Schneider. A third generation jeweler who studied his craft at California State University Long Beach, Schneider is among the select few of living practitioners whose work is on display at the Smithsonian Institution Gem and Mineral Hall. At Noe’s Jewelry, you will find a nice selection of diamond rings showcasing Schneider’s love for marrying simple form with dazzling diamonds to take a contemporary riff on the idea of the Tiffany’s solitaire and other traditional ring-band settings.
Elma Gil: Elma Gil has been pushing the envelope of bridal and fashion jewelry design for twenty-one years, including unique trademark diamond shapes and settings, as well as cutting-edge collections that have garnered them countless design awards and laurels. Elma Gil’s trademark is “precision,” and are always utilizing new cutting-edge technology and techniques and only use near-perfect gemstones and precious metals, such as platinum and 18 K gold. In addition to perfection, Elma Gil riffs off of the dainty designs of traditional women’s jewelry to draw bold lines that play with space and form using color from dark cluster of gems, black rhodium plate coloring, and often-times fleshy negative space from the wearer’s skin.
Noe’s Jewelry in Raymore, Missouri has been in the fine jewelry, diamond, and engagement ring business since 1999. Over the years, we’ve earned a reputation for our honesty, integrity, and service. Our staff and bench jewelers are available Tuesday through Saturday to answer your questions about wedding bands, diamonds, and timepieces. You can call Noe’s Jewelry at (816) 322-7227or click here to visit the Contact page on our website.