Steel's Jewelry

Steel's Jewelry

Voted "Best of South Georgia" we strive to serve all your occasion needs from Wedding/Engagement to Birthday/Anniversary. Our educated Staff will assist you in finding the perfect gift. Come in and shop our extensive collection of certified loose diamonds, diamond engagement rings, gemstone or precious metal jewelry and designer watches.


Steel's Jewelry began in 1985 as a wholesale bench work business which included custom design and repair for independent retail jewelers. In 1988 it was incorporated as Steel's Jewelry Company, and in 1989 opened the first retail store doing business as Steel's Gold by Design. It gradually attracted more discerning customers who were looking for quality jewelry. As more high end designer lines were added, meeting the needs of customers who formerly traveled to large cities, the name was changed to Steel's Jewelry.

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Title: Engagement Rings, Custom Design Jewelry, Loose Diamonds, Valdosta, Georgia
Desc: Get diamond engagement rings, wedding bands and loose diamonds in Valdosta, GA. Steels Jewelry also sells bridal and custom design jewelry in Thomasville, Waycross, Tifton and Moultrie in Georgia, USA.
 
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