Spexton Fine Jewelry on Cherry Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma is your ideal destination for all of your jewelry needs, including diamonds, engagement rings, wedding bands, fashion jewelry, jewelry repair and more. Spexton Fine Jewelry is located at 1609 E 15th St, Tulsa, OK 74127. Our phone number is 918-699-0030. The neighboring businesses include Pinot’s Palette, Orange Theory, Cherry Street Yoga, Panera Bread, and Andolini’s Pizza. You can come see us anytime (no appointment necessary). Our hours are Tuesday – Thursday, 11am – 6pm, Friday – Saturday, 10am – 5pm. When you visit our store, you will talk to Andy, Steve, Marcia or Mike, our team of experts. We can give you a price quote on your jewelry, whether it is a new piece, a custom piece, or a jewelry repair.
At our store on Cherry Street, you will see over 100 prototypes of diamond engagement rings. These prototypes are visual examples of just some of the rings we can make for you. One advantage is that the prototypes look real, but they are not. So, that means you can freely try them on and pick them up without feeling intimidated. We make the diamond ring buying experience fun at Spexton. We do not have sales people pressuring you. Andy is the co-owner of the store, Steve is a jewelry designer and artist, Marcia is the office manager, and Mike is the master jeweler. So, our entire team is made up of jewelry experts who want to help you create the jewelry piece of your dreams. There are no high pressure sales people trying to talk you into buying something you really do not want. We take the intimidation out of the diamond buying process and make it fun and enjoyable, as it should be! Getting married is a joyous occasion. Buying your diamond engagement rings and wedding bands should be a joyous occasion, too!
That is the philosophy that has made Spexton Fine Jewelry one of the most well-reviewed diamond jewelry and repair stores in the region. We currently have over 50 five star reviews on Google and over 1,000 five star reviews on our Etsy store. Come in and see for yourself why we have so many perfect, five star reviews!
So, we have our prototype examples that you can see in our store that represent diamond engagement rings that we can make for you. We can also make completely custom diamond engagement rings and wedding bands. We create digital renders on the computer that show you various designs and design options. Once we settle on a custom jewelry design that you love, we will take the design into the next stage, the casting stage. Once the ring is cast, we will set all of the diamonds here in our store. Then you can pick up the finished product, a beautiful diamond ring designed and created just for you!
We can also make your diamond ring in various different metals, including white gold, yellow gold, rose gold, platinum, or palladium. We can even do a mixed metal piece that incorporates two or more of the aforementioned metal types. White gold is the most common you will see in a modern diamond ring. The bright white appearance compliments a diamond nicely. White gold must be rhodium dipped to give it the bright white appearance. The rhodium can wear off over time and has to be reapplied every 1-2 years to keep the bright white appearance. Yellow gold was used more commonly before the ’70s when white gold took over as the most popular gold color. Yellow gold can look great with certain skin tones and hair colors and gives a rich, classic look. Rose gold is alloyed with copper, so it has a pink/red tone to it. It has had a resurgence in popularity in the past few years. Rose gold looks great with people’s skin complexions, especially those with fairer skin. Platinum is a pure metal (not alloyed with others). It looks similar to white gold, but the advantage with platinum is that it never has to be rhodium dipped. Platinum is also a great alternative for people with nickel allergies. Gold is alloyed with nickel, so people with nickel allergies may break out when wearing it. Platinum is hypo-allergenic. Because platinum is a pure, precious metal, it is more expensive than white gold, yellow gold, or rose gold. Finally, another option, Palladium, is in the platinum family of metals, but it is priced more like white gold. It is a metal that is being used more and more lately in diamond engagement rings. Whichever metal you choose for your diamond ring, we will be happy to help you by showing you examples of each to make sure you pick the metal that is just right for you!
Come visit us at the Spexton store on Cherry Street in Tulsa to get started on creating the diamond engagement ring of your dreams!