Best Online Jewelry Store - Engagement Rings, Earrings & Amethyst for Men & Women in Quincy, MA
A GIA Certified Graduate Gemologist knows diamonds and all precious stones.
MEET OUR ON SITE GEMOLOGIST, JEFF BERTMAN.
NEW LOCATION NOW OPEN
Rogers Jewelry, in Quincy for over 60 years, now resides at President’s Place at 1250 Hancock Street, Suite 111, Quincy, MA 02169
Rogers features a graduate gemologist on-site – so you always know what you’re buying. Visit us at our new location today.
Whether online or in person, Rogers is someone you can trust. Shop necklaces, rings, bracelets, earrings, diamonds, colored stones, estate jewelry and more.
If we don’t have it in stock we will get it, usually within 72 hours with no obligation on the customer’s part.
Our established relationship with the diamond centers of the world affords us the ability to bring you any quality, size or shape at the best value.
What is the difference between rocks, minerals and gems? A mineral is made of inorganic material – substances that were never alive – and whose atoms are arranged in a regular pattern (or crystal). Rocks are composed of one or more minerals – and include Lapis, clay, sand and limestone. Gems are a special subgroup of minerals, usually rarer, clearer and more visually appealing than other minerals. According to GIA standards, “to be a gemstone, a stone must possess beauty, rarity and durability.”
OUR GRADUATE GEMOLOGIST
All stones are available for inspection under our binocular Gemscope and the Four C’s are explained and strictly adhered to. We will supply GIA certificate diamonds, and guarantee the accuracy of our grading.