Best jewelry/watch store

June 14, 2013 

Molenaar Jewelers

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MOLENAAR JEWELERS

1503 Broadway Ave., Boise, 342-7968

molenaarjewelers.com

If diamonds are a girl's best friend and you want that girl to be your best friend, it's time you became acquainted with Molenaar Jewelers. Molenaar has been serving the Treasure Valley for more than 70 years, and there's a reason it has stood the test of time. "We have wonderful customers and we pride ourselves on our high quality of service," says owner Susie Molenaar. "We run our store with the same family ethics as my father did."

This is a store now serving generations of families. How special is it to be able to buy an engagement ring in the same store your grandfather did?

Of course, it sells more than just diamonds. Molenaar also offers Victorinox Swiss Army and Seiko timepieces as well as John Hardy, Pandora and many other fine jewelry designers. Choose from precious gemstones, pearls, custom design jewelry and corporate gifts.

Whatever the occasion, if you're looking for something special for that special someone, chances are you'll find it in Molenaar's 4,000-square-foot showroom.

HONORABLE MENTIONS

• Hal Davis Jewelers, 921 W. Jefferson St. Boise, 343-6151, haldavis.com

• Simmons Fine Jewelry, 1220 N. Olive Ave., Meridian, 888-2799, simmonsfinejewelry.com

• Lee Read Jewelers, 650 E. Sonata Lane, Meridian, 376-8800, leereadjewelers.com

• Artsmith's Jewelers, 700 S. Vista Ave., Boise, 344-4881

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