Our New Location

The new home of Forever Diamonds Jewelers

The new home of Forever Diamonds Jewelers

The new home of Forever Diamonds Jewelers

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For years my prayer to God was for a place for Forever Diamonds to call home. A larger home(we were getting pretty packed in)with better parking access and easily seen from Cooper Rd. 


   Well, God provided and after 15 years of being at the Kohl's plaza at Cooper and Baseline, we opened in our new facility on Cooper Rd(also known as Stapley when north of Baseline Rd.). Our new address is 730 N. Cooper Rd.#103 in Gilbert. we are on Cooper road just south of Guadalupe Rd on the west side. 


  If you haven't been to our new location yet, you really should come and see our new home. We have a larger showroom,  a coffee area, and a larger jeweler shop to better serve you. 

The new home of Forever Diamonds Jewelers

The new home of Forever Diamonds Jewelers

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We are so thankful for our new location!!


  If you used to come and see us at our old location in the Kohl's plaza you will notice A HUGE difference as soon as you pull in. You can park close-YAY!!

  

  And when you enter our new showroom, you will feel the difference as well. With our larger showroom and jeweler shop area you can look at our expanded selection of custom made jewelry and loose diamonds. You might also notice when looking through the glass that our jewelers can now work back there without feeling "squished".

  

The new home of Forever Diamonds Jewelers

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Our new and very much improved parking access. 

Coat and blanket drive

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A pic of our new larger showroom. 

Coat and blanket drive

Coat and blanket drive

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Come and see our ever growing selection of bridal rings and loose diamonds. 

Coat and blanket drive

Coat and blanket drive

Coat and blanket drive

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Thank you to all who helped make our coat and blanket drive a huge success!!


 We had many people this Holiday season ( maybe the most ever??) happily give coats and blankets to help our local homeless, while saving money on their jewelry repairs at the same time. 


  Thank you to Christine Ellis with The Bridge Community Services for her continuing perseverance in eradicating homelessness in the Phoenix area.