10 Boutiques With Impressive Jewels in Miami


Timeless or trendy, jewelry helps put the finishing touch on any outfit. From bright, sparkling gemstone rings to understated, classic necklaces, just about every style of jewelry can be found in Miami’s exclusive shops. And the service-oriented staff at Miami’s boutiques can help shoppers make the best selection for any occasion. The next time you’re searching for a piece to add to your collection, visit one of the following boutiques in Miami.


East Coast Jewelry


“East Coast Jewelry in Sunny Isles Beach showcases a selection … [from] Jacob & Co. jewelers. Jacob & Co. uses the most unique, rare … and bold selection of stones in the jewelry industry. They offer one-of-a-kind watches and jewelry for the most prestigious clientele.” (16810 Collins Ave., Sunny Isles Beach; 305-947-8883; ecjusa.com) —Maya Frenkiel, concierge supervisor at Acqualina Resort & Spa



“Cartier was originally opened in 1847 in Paris. Now, Cartier has opened its doors all over the world, and it is well known for its wristwatches and jewelry. If you want the glamorous feel, I highly suggest stopping by the store [in the Design District]. … You will find everything inside Cartier, from watches to rings, wristbands, necklaces and its most luxurious and unique gifts for your loved one. The service is exceptional; you will feel as royalty and the jewelry will be enhanced by your shopping experience. If you can’t go to Paris, you may find Paris locally.” (151 N.E. 40th St.; 305-864-8793; cartier.com) —Maya Frenkiel, concierge supervisor at Acqualina Resort & Spa


Morays Jewelers

“The store we mostly recommend is located … downtown. It is called Morays Jewelers. They are one of Miami’s oldest jewelry stores and they specialize in designer watches, diamond rings and other luxury gifts.” (50 N.E. Second Ave.; 305-374-0739; moraysjewelers.com) —Jorge Rocha, chef concierge at Viceroy Miami


Van Cleef & Arpels

“I recommend Van Cleef & Arpels located at Bal Harbour Shops. Van Cleef & Arpels is a French jewelry, watch and perfume company. … Their pieces often feature flowers, animals and fairies. The staff is very knowledgeable about the displayed pieces in the store, and they do go extra miles to accommodate our guests by bringing the collection in person to the guest room.” (9700 Collins Ave., Ste. 129, Bal Harbour; 305-866-0899; vancleefarpels.com) —Ralph Chaoul, W insider at W South Beach


DKN Jewelry


“Visiting the Seybold Building could be a challenging experience, as you may not know where to start. I recommend DKN Jewelry as your first and probably only stop. Nik, not the typical owner-salesperson, will guide you through the entire process and will make sure you find exactly what you are looking for.” (36 N.E. First St., Ste. 112; 305-381-6068;
dknjewelry.com) —Fernando Pochulu, chef concierge at Four Seasons Hotel Miami


Duchamp Jewelers

“Duchamp Jewelers in the lobby of The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach … is amazing because each piece is hand-designed exclusively by Coralie Duchamp. [She] and her husband Patrick are at the store every day, combining his knowledge of precious jewels and her love for designing elegantly and often with radiant splashes of color. Their pieces are unique, and definitely become a talking piece.” (1 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach; 305-695-0877; duchampjewelers.com) —Melany Ramsay, concierge at The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach



“Sazingg jewelry is designed by Venezuelan designer Irene Zingg. She combines precious stones with a noticeable South American flair. I love the way her pieces are elegant, but loud. Her chandelier earrings, huge rings and bracelets that can cover up to a quarter of your arm are to be worn by a woman who isn’t shy, which is a great option for travelers who want to take a little taste of Latin Miami back home.” (2212 S.W. 22nd Ave.; 305-856-5554; sazingg.com) —Melany Ramsay, concierge at The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach


Harry Winston

“Harry Winston, which is located in the Bal Harbour Shops, is one of the finest jewelers in the world. … Its unique design and luxury quality will absolutely surprise the guests who visit to search for jewelry.” (9700 Collins Ave., Ste. 151, Bal Harbour; 786-206-6657; harrywinston.com) —Kamal Kanahan, guest relations manager at Trump International Beach Resort


Levinson Jewelers

“The Levinson [family] had a dream and a very clear concept: Sell the finest jewelry and have the best customer service. … Back in the ’80s, they started with a small booth at a jewelry show in Fort Lauderdale. From there, Levinson Jewelers grew to become one of the top jewelry stores in the country. Hard work, dedication and integrity paid off for the couple, who moved their store to about 10,000 square feet … in a gorgeous building nestled on Las Olas Boulevard.” (888 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale; 954-462-8880; levinsonjewelers.com) —Giovanni Attardi, chef concierge at The Ritz-Carlton Bal Harbour, Miami



(Michael Raveney)

“Mayors was a major player here before anyone else was doing anything with diamonds here. It’s the grandfather of jewelry stores here. … It’s [known for] good service, very elegant [jewelry] and attention to detail.” (342 San Lorenzo Ave., Ste. 1000, Coral Gables; 305-446-1233; mayors.com) —Chauncey Sullivan, concierge at Jade Beach
—Written by Sharon Stello