Wimmer’s Diamonds, the area’s premier jeweler, locally and family owned and operated for 104 years, is your go-to destination for anything jewelry— related. Whether it’s an engagement ring, a gift to commemorate an anniversary or simply just because, Wimmer’s team of experts (with over 202 years of combined industry experience) will undoubtedly be able to take care of any of your jewelry needs. As a fourth-generation business with an abundance of team longevity, they have a lot of practical industry knowledge they can share with you!
Master Goldsmith; 33 years
Be mindful of the wear and tear of your jewelry over time. Remove when going to bed, washing dishes, gardening, and working out.
Master Goldsmith; 42 years
A friction post with a good notch and back is all you will need to keep your earrings on.
Sales; 13 years
A piece of jewelry should be a reflection of the wearer’s style, vibe, and personality. Choose what fits you the best and don’t worry about what everyone else thinks.
Sales, Engraving; 8 years
Always take into consideration the functionality of a ring. Is it practical for realistic, everyday wear?
Sales, Manager, Inventory Control; 24 years
To keep your jewelry looking and functioning at its best, bring your jewelry in for inspections and cleanings at least twice a year. We do them free of charge.
Sales; 17 years
A worn-out or dated piece of jewelry can always be given new life by fixing it up or restyling it—using the stones and creating something new and meaningful for you to wear.
Sales; 31 years
Look to build a jewelry wardrobe by choosing classic pieces that will represent who you are. If you have a ring, find a pendant you will wear every day. If you have a pendant, look for earrings that you will enjoy that will express who you are.
Sales, Inventory Control; 5 years
Make sure your pearls are the last thing you put on when getting ready and the first thing to come off when you get home.
Certified Gemologist Appraiser; 29 years
Jewelry appraisals are valued differently depending on if they are for estate, insurance, or verification purposes. Always bring lab reports, previous appraisals, or other documentation about the item being appraised!