If, as Marilyn Monroe once said, “Diamonds are a girls best friend,” then surely a good price on diamonds is a man’s. Hobbs Jewelers in Athens, Alabama has everything one could want in a jewelry store. They offer both bridal and casual jewelry as well as services to keep those rings, chains, bracelets and watches in optimal, better than the day you bought it condition.
The first thing that I think of when I hear “jewelry store” is “wedding.” At Hobbs you can choose the right ring for any and every relationship. They offer engagement rings, wedding bands, and a signature bridal collection. If you don’t exactly have engagement ring money to go throwing around, Hobbs offers financing so that you, and not your wallet, can decide when to take the next step in your relationship.
But it’s not all weddings and rings at Hobbs. They have chains, earrings, and brooches and even these money clips that, I think you will agree, are attractively sleek yet remain modestly understated. Their watch selection is vast in both men’s and women’s designs. They carry Pulsar and Seiko brand watches in styles that will not only match, but enhance any style whether it’s athletic, business, or casual.
Say you’re not in the market for jewelry. You and your significant other have all of the jewelry that you could ever want. You still need someone who can repair, clean, and appraise your collection to keep it in the best possible condition. Hobbs provides appraisals by accredited, professional gemologists who can provide documentation making the value of your jewelry official. At Hobbs no job is too big or too small. If you need a repair they have a full repair shop in which they can handle anything from replacing a watch battery to complete restorations of jewelry passed down for generations.
See, I really wasn’t exaggerating; Everything you need in one store! If you would like to speak to them about any of their products or services you can reach them at 256-233-4653. They are open Monday-Saturday from 9am to 5pm.
By; Josh Holland
Josh Holland is a writer currently studying writing and literature at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. Previously, Josh attended the University of North Alabama in Florence where he also studied writing. While attending UNA, Josh had articles published in both SET Magazine and The Flor-Ala. Josh was also published in the UNA Lights and Shadows Literary Arts Magazine, which focuses on fiction. Josh has experience as a video editor, and often writes scripts for online, text-based video content.Posted by Matt Curtis on