has been celebrating love for over 100 years and is locally family owned and operated. We are diamond specialists and
have been since 1914 when Jacob Perelman founded the first store in Wheeling, West Virginia. King's Jewelry has
established a reputation for value, quality, and service. King's Jewelry was named the 47th largest jewelry chain
in America, and the 8 locations can be found in New Castle, Monaca, Hermitage, Washington, Cranberry Twp,
Robinson Twp, St. Clairsville and East Liverpool. In 2014, Jacob's great-grandchildren, Jennifer Perelman and David Perelman,
purchased their family business. As fourth generation jewelry experts the Perelman's know the importance of community. King's
Jewelry donates to numerous charities around each location trying to be involved in local communities and charities.
Jennifer and David are frequently seen in the King's stores and encourage you to come in and say hello! Family,
philanthropy, local business and caring are the cornerstones of King's philosophy. Become part of our family so together
we can celebrate all your life's special moments!
"I had a fantastic experience with Kings. They were so helpful. I would definitely recommend them."
Katherine Gilbert - Google Review
"I absolute love everything about Kings Jewelry! Amy & Debbie at the St. Clairsville location go above & beyond for their customers! I won't ever go to another jeweler!"
Katie Lynn Nixon - Facebook Review
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550 Beaver Valley Mall Monaca, PA 15061
Tel : 724-775-6360
1500 West Chestnut St Suite 250 Washington, PA 15301
Tel : 724-225-3950
3407 East State Street Hermitage, PA 16148
Tel : 724-347-7735
2513 West State Street New Castle, PA 16101
Tel : 724-658-3733
67800 Mall Road Space 650 St. Clairsville, OH 43950
Tel : 740-695-0220
20215 Route 19 Unit 201 Cranberry Township, PA 16066
15765 State Route 170 SW East Liverpool, OH 43920 Phone: 330-382-1101
Tel : 330-382-1101
Tel : 1-800-929-5768
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