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263A W. 19th St., New York, NY, 10011
nr. Eighth Ave.
Love this store!
By alana.lombardo on 10/6/2011
I went in to help my friend pick out an engagement ring and from the start the staff was amazing. They were patient, knowledgeable, and just plain fun to be around. What I liked best is that they were not stuck up like some other jewelers in the area. Hopefully my engagement ring will be coming from there. I would love to work with them again!
By cyndi3cee on 6/27/2011
My partner and I had our commitment ceremony rings made at DVVS, on the advice of friends. For our 5th anniversary, I returned to DVVS to surprise my sweetie with diamonds in the band. The staff was as warm and helpful as the first time we stepped foot in the shop. Now that marriage is legal for same sex couples in NYC, we'll be back!
Love this store
By bishai on 6/10/2011
I am getting my engagement ring from there and also our wedding band. Evans is wonderful. He was truely interested in understanding our budget and what we were looking for and our styles and helped us find the best fit for us. He was really patient and gave us many good advise. I love what we got. Definitely not run of the mill...
By akinyc on 3/22/2008
While I agree that Kate should probably be avoided, the two owners are absolutely wonderful. I am extremely happy with my piece. I highly recommend that everyone go to DVVS and insist on dealing with Evans or James directly. Evans is absolutely wonderful. I'm very happy to call DVVS my jeweler of choice!
beautiful, unique designer jewelry in a friendly and elegant setting.
By dietta on 1/26/2007
We purchased our wedding rings from Nathan Levy directly when he was still alive. Now, his work and repairs have been taken on by DVVS. After ten years, we needed some adjustments in the rings and the DVVS helped us with grace and helpfulness. I salivated over their other lines too, when I visited the shop in Chelsey. Great experience over all! I am going back to visit them in March when I am in NY for business. Dietta Hitchcock
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