Buyer beware!. I bought a beautiful black onyx ring and necklace and the owner was cool until the onyx fell out of the setting a week later and notices that the gem in the ring was loose as well. I took it back to the store to see if the owner could fix it and said he did not recognize the jewelry at all. I pointed out the unique jewelry box he sold me too which I had with me and said they were sold everywhere. Nice jewelry but if it breaks or doesn't hold up he will deny he sold it to you or even recognition. The owner even went as far as telling me that the ring was weird and he sold it to me!!!
very creepy and rude. I went in and was instantly bombarded by the owners rudeness. Could not wait to leave and never come back.
The foremost everyman's jewelry store in Cincinnati sells gems of all kinds, along with some other earthy goods..
D. Raphael offers high quality jewelry at a reasonable price. This store promises to never use "filled" jewels and most settings are of sterling silver. Entire wall sections are devoted to amethyst, garnet, and peredot. Of interest is the much more pricey amber selection which comes all the way from Poland. Asides from sparklies, D. Raphael offers cotton flowy hippie clothing, candles, natural soaps and a wide array of statues and candleholders.
Rare and fine jewelry. The store is old and musty, but the jewelry is unique and high quality. If you are looking for real stones and something no one else has, this is the store for you.
Creepy. The title says it all. The guy who owns this place really creeped me out. Pangaea, just down the street is a much nicer store and has better jewelry.
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