Rose Jewelers

"Gleaming counters showcase all types of jewelry on display, with numerous metals and stones..."

ROSE JEWELERS

5638 North 5th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19120

215-276-9909

 

Are you in the market for a wedding or engagement ring? Or even a last minute birthday or special occasion gift? If so, stop by Rose Jewelers for their amazing selection of quality jewelry, with prices starting at just $39.

 

Originally based in Franklin Mills in the 1980’s, Calvin Lee operates Rose Jewelry along with his parents. Since moving  to their current location on North 5th Street, the Lees have built up a loyal following and a selection tailored to the specific needs of their clientele.  Customers are welcome to browse at their leisure in the bright and warm interior with name brand jewelry that is priced less than the chain stores. Gleaming counters showcase all types of jewelry on display, with numerous metals and stones. The shop is at its busiest during graduation time and the holidays, especially Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day.

 

Calvin is proud that his shop is a destination store, with repeat customers from several generations. He enjoys the very personal relationships and friendships that he has developed with his customers.  Some customers are so loyal that they started buying from Rose with just a promise ring, and are now shopping for 30th wedding anniversary gifts and their grandchildren.  Other  customers have moved from Olney to other countries, yet travel back to Philly just to do business with their store. Some are even well-known celebrities that rely on personal recommendations.

 

It’s interesting to note that custom-orders and special requests make up a large segment of the business.  All types of jewelry have been hand-crafted and custom-made from customer’s unique designs, the most surprising being a piece crafted in the likeness of a customer’s tattoo of his loved one. This long-established family business is here to help with all your jewelry and gift needs!

 

 

Profile and Photos by Theresa Stigale