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The Best Jewellery Stores in Toronto

The best jewellery stores in Toronto celebrate the marriage of exquisite, precious materials with a craftsman's eye. "Precious," by the way, doesn't just mean "expensive". Though a large number of these shops do prize diamonds, sapphires, gold and silver, and cater especially to the Romeos and Juliets looking to present that special someone with some major hardware (custom or off-the-shelf), others transform more base materials into beautiful pieces that hold a different kind of value.

Here are the best jewellery stores in Toronto.

See also:

The top 10 independent jewelry designers in Toronto
8 stores to buy vintage jewelry in Toronto



Made You Look
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Made You Look

Parkdale's Made You Look has been a favourite source for locally-made, ethically-sourced jewels since 2001. Over 100 Toronto jewelers are represented, offering everything from costume pieces to diamonds and platinum - but if that's not enough of a selection, they also offer custom design services.

Studio1098
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Studio1098

This Rosedale shop welcomes those to create custom engagement rings - but it's not their solitary (or, dare we say, the solitaire) focus. They also offer a range of traditional fine jewellery and will help customers remake older jewels into the item of their dreams.


Fair Trade Jewellery Co.
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Fair Trade Jewellery Co.

True to the name, this Cabbagetown company seeks to allay Torontonians' concerns about the origins of their jewellery, sourcing materials through their own supply chain of ethical producers. The shop's jewels are made from certified Canadian (and conflict-free) stones and ethically mined metals.


Bluboho Jewelry (Yonge St.)
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Bluboho Jewelry (Yonge St.)

This midtown shop, a recent offshoot of their first location in Oakville specializes in delicate, girlishly modern fine jewellery. Their pieces tend toward the delicate and wearable, making it an ideal hunting ground for gifts (that, and their healthy selection of pieces under $250).


Armed
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Armed

Armed designer Desiree Girlato deals in handmade brass pieces that often link in deconstructed vintage elements. Her own aesthetic tends toward rock-and-roll, but bohemian earth mothers and prim pencil-skirt types alike will find something to love at her green-painted Dundas West shop.

Anice Jewel Boutique
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Anice Jewel Boutique

This little jewel box of a shop in Kensington gives new life to vintage charms, findings and otherwise-forgotten treasures, upcycling them into unique and on-trend wearables. Choose from owner Brittany Hopkins' designs, or choose your own components from around the store and get them fused into something one-of-a-kind.



Devil's Workshop
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Devil's Workshop

This jewellery shop, located across from Trinity-Bellwoods on Queen St., doesn't just have "workshop" in their name for show - though they produce and sell fine jewellery designs, the real standout here are their DIY sessions, including a very popular wedding band-making session for singles and couples.

Flux + Form
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Flux + Form

Forged through the partnership of jewelers Kim Drosdick and Sue Crudden, this hidden-away shop at Sherbourne and Richmond features pieces by both designers (featuring precious and semiprecious stones). They also offer custom jewellery services out of the space.


Gilding The Lily
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Gilding The Lily

Hollywood stylist Annie Jagger brought a touch of LA glitz to the Distillery when she opened this boutique, full of cutting-edge fine jewellery from designers around the world. Head here if you're looking to splash out on edgy-elegant pieces like ear jackets and cocktail rings.


Cynthia Findlay Antiques
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Cynthia Findlay Antiques

While there's a broad focus on antiques at this shop in King West's theatre district, jewellery is the main event - from antique and vintage to contemporary items. They specialize in engagement rings - if you want proof, check out the massive gallery of happy couples on their Facebook page.


Anne Sportun
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Anne Sportun

Anne Sportun's West Queen West shop is a Toronto institution. Their wide selection of fine jewels, crafted by a team of goldsmiths, walks the line between elegant and experimental; of particular note are their gorgeously textured wedding bands.

Leif Benner
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Leif Benner

From his studio in the Distillery District's Case Goods Warehouse, Benner works with clients to create one-of-a-kind items, including engagement rings with a variety of stones (coloured sapphires are a hallmark).



Mark Lash
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Mark Lash

Designer Lash has two boutiques - one in Richmond Hill, the other on Eglinton - but his reach extends far beyond Toronto, with numerous Hollywood celebs seen sporting his jewels. In addition to wedding-ready pieces, the shop also offers custom work and bolder, trendier items.

Matsu Jewellery
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Matsu Jewellery

Jennifer Shigetomi puts her organically-influenced style on display at her Yonge and Eglinton shop. Shigetomi's earrings, rings and pendants, mostly rendered in silver, are gently reminiscent of leaves, vines and lilypads.

The Best Jewellery Stores in Toronto


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