Cohasset Jewelers

790A Chief Justice Cushing Hwy. (Rte. 3A)
Cohasset, MA 02025
Phone: 781-383-1933
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With online wholesalers operating round the clock and big-box retailers claiming their slice of the bauble trade, you can buy jewelry almost anywhere, anytime, these days. Unless, that is, your gift needs to transcend mere trinket. In that case, you're going to want a more personal shopping experience before you surrender a few months' salary. And that's just what's provided by the friendly faces at Cohasset Jewelers, which has been helping its customers choose just the right piece for more than 50 years. Not only is its cache of new and estate jewelry stunning to behold, it's priced beautifully, too.

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User Reviews (5) :
I had the chance to meet Mr. Cirone. Rather than be a pushy jewelry salesperson, I found him truly interested in knowing me and my needs first. A true gentleman - I understand why you have won the Best of Boston award a number of times. Keep up the good work!
Posted by John: May. May 15th, 2012 at 1:48 PM
I live in Boston but shop at Cohasset Jewelers. It is easy to do via email or with a pleasant drive to the pretty seacoast town. What has kept me coming back for decades is value, quality, and friendly family service. Weather it is for a large or small purchase; Cohasset jewelers is the right choice.
Posted by paul: Jan. January 25th, 2010 at 10:23 AM
In a world where everything seems to be mass produced, less original and where service seems to be less than personal, the shopping experience at Cohasset Jewelers stands out. It is such a pleasure to visit the store and look at the lovely and often original jewelry designs and to speak to the owners themselves about the pieces they sell. It is also one of the best places in or out of Boston to buy that special diamond! The staff at Cohasset Jewelers are diamond experts and their prices are the best. Debbie, Hingham
Posted by debbie: Jan. January 25th, 2010 at 10:11 AM
Behold the beauty of Cohasset Jewelers -- beautiful jewelry, watches and gifts for certain but most importantly beautiful customer service. Personal care and service is Cohasset Jewelers and Mark Cirone's brightest gem!... A very satisfied customer of 30 plus years.
Posted by Estey Wise: Jan. January 23rd, 2010 at 11:49 PM
This family-operated jeweler isn't just about pretty stones. While they specialize in beautiful jewelry and prices that will dazzle you, they carry many other items of interest, including fine sunglasses, crystal giftware, specialty clocks, and more. If their outstanding prices, product, and service is not enough to make your eyes sparkle, their philanthropic works in jewelry whose profits go directly to breast cancer research will. Designed and created by Cohasset Jewelers owner Mark Cirone, the pink cubic zirconia breast cancer pin is my favorite and most-worn piece of jewelry. You'll find Mr. Cirone wearing his own pink pin in honor of his lovely and courageous wife, Sharon, who has battled the disease for over 15 years. The pin not only draws compliments from people who see it but is responsible for over 10k in donations to the Susan Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Stop in to this outstanding jeweler and meet their generous, professional, and friendly staff. You are sure to find something for everyone on your list. I personally travel over two hours for their quality, integrity, and service. It's a combination tough to find at any retailer these days, but Cohasset Jewelers will not disappoint you.
Posted by Margaret: Jul. July 28th, 2009 at 5:00 PM
Omg. I'm waiting for "Ain't nothin' wrong with bein' a little gay."

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