Huntington Jewelers is a full service jewelry store in the Las Vegas area. We offer custom designed jewelry, gold buying, appraisals, jewelry repair, and a wide selection of bridal jewelry. Stop in and visit with our experts on staff for all your jewelry needs.
We strive to exceed our customers’ expectations. Whether you’re interested in a custom designed piece or want to browse our gorgeous collection of products, our staff will offer you exceptional service and ensure a positive jewelry buying experience. We are proud to be an elite organization of jewelers committed to upholding the highest standards of ethics, knowledge, and consumer protection.
To contact Huntington Jewelers for an appointment, please call (702)-878-3677.
Accredited & Proven Expertise:
Richard Huntington, through passion and dedication, has acquired the education and expertise to be certified by the most prestigious and accredited organizations in the gems & jewelry industry.
Certified Gemologist Appraiser, American Gem Society Member (AGS):
We hold the highest certification obtainable with the American Gem Society that we are required to pass annually.
Master Gemologist Appraiser American Society of Appraisers (ASA):
An ASA designation requiring re-certification examinations and continuing gemological and appraisal education including USPAP. The American Society of Appraisers (ASA) is an international valuation organization that teaches, tests, accredits and refers professional appraisers.
Gemological Institute of America - a world-renown education center
Certified Gemological Laboratory
Requires extensive gemological equipment and library with graded master diamond
Officer - Accredited Gemologists Association:
Professional appraisals from Huntington Jewelers include evaluation of items listed below, plus additional examination of colored stones and mountings.
Graded: while mounted or unmounted
Clarity: including the rating system used
Measurements: indicating width and depth in millimeters
Enhancements: stating type such as irradiated, laser drilled, fracture filled, etc.
Color: including rating system used and noting flourescence and enhancements
Cut: includes any information that affects value such as dimensions, inter-relationships between table size, crown height and pavilion depth percentages, overall symmetry, visibility of bowtie, and elongation
Carat weight: whether provided or estimated by formula
Damage: plotting of chips
- Methodology warranted by the purpose of the appraisal
- Limitations of use: Insurance, estate, etc.
- Statement of value
- Identifying plot and/or photographs
- Curriculum vitae