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STORE HOURS AND LOCATION

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STORE HOURS AND LOCATION

2107 West Main Street
Norman, OK 73069


Monday-Friday, 10AM - 6PM
Saturdays, 10AM - 5PM

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WAYS TO SHOP

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WAYS TO SHOP

With today’s ever-growing concern for keeping ourselves, and our loved one’s safe, we’re offering a few different ways for customers to shop. With the launch of our new online store, we’re offering:

-curb-side pick-up and repair drop-off
-In-store pick up in our clean environment
-And free priority shipping for items over $1,000

If you’d like to take advantage of our curb-side pick up, please call when you arrive.

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BOOK AN APPOINTMENT

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BOOK AN APPOINTMENT

Walk-ins are always welcome at Brockhaus Jewelry. That being said, any customer that would like to make an appointment with one of our consultants may click here. A client specialist will contact you within 24 hours. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to call us!


Brockhaus Jewelry
2107 West Main Street
Norman, OK 73069
405-321-4228


We look forward to serving you!

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OUR SERVICES

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OUR SERVICES

Services offered at Brockhaus Jewelry include on-site jewelry repair and diamond setting by master jewelers, watch repair, engraving, pearl restringing, personal shopping services, custom design and insurance and estate appraisals by our very own appraiser.

Diamond Shape Guide

Introduction to Diamond Shapes 

The diamond is the centerpiece. These brilliant diamonds give the engagement ring the most character and define its silhouette. They can imbue a modern aesthetic as well as evoke vintage styles, depending on the setting for context. It is crucial to pick the most appropriate diamond shape for your significant other. We at Brockhaus Jewelry have written this handy guide to help you create the engagement ring of your dreams.

Round Cut Diamonds 

The round cut is the most common and makes up around 75% of all diamonds sold. This is for good reason, as these are the most brilliant of shapes with around 58 facets. Due to the high demand and the expertise required to make them, these are also the most expensive of diamonds. For those in want of a classic, timeless, and, most of all, brilliant shape, round cut diamonds are perfect. Those in want of a more rare stone should look in another direction, however.

Princess Cut Diamonds

A princess cut diamond has a square shape resembling an upside-down pyramid when looked at from the side. Their clean edges make them excellent for modern, minimalist settings. However, due to their eccentricity, they also look exquisite in floral, vintage settings as well. They are the second most popular diamond cut, as their fantastic modern shape is eye-catching and beautiful. Some rings, like eternity bands, use them in a pavé setting to achieve a unique tile effect. For those who seek a creative and breathtaking shape, the princess cut can work wonders.

Oval Cut Diamonds 

Marvelous oval cut diamonds have a slender, elegant shape. They have a sophisticated aesthetic that manages to be unique. Their elongated form also gives them extra surface area, which makes them appear to be incredibly brilliant when viewed from certain angles. An oval cut is especially good for people in search of a radiant ring, but want something more unusual than the classic round. Ovals also look a bit larger than other diamonds of the same carat due to their shape. For adding luminescence, consider a halo or side stone setting to elevate it to a new level.

Emerald Cut Diamonds 

Emerald cut diamonds have a rectangular cut and are beloved for the unusual placement of their facets. They are placed longways and allow the viewer to inspect the quality of the diamond more easily. For this reason, it is advised to use an emerald cut only for high-grade diamonds, ideally of a larger-than-average size. Many celebrities, including Beyonce, adore this ring for that very reason. Emerald cut diamonds are rather rare, making up approximately 3% of all diamonds sold. For those in search of a distinctive way to show off a special diamond, an emerald cut is an ideal way.

Pear Shaped Diamonds 

Pear shaped diamonds are also known as teardrop diamonds. With a pointed tip and a round bottom, these have a fascinating shape. When used with smaller diamonds, they look larger than they actually are, mostly due to their bottom-heavy shape. This extra brilliance means a little goes a long way. For larger jewels, they have a slender, sophisticated balance that is visually appealing and interesting. Pear shaped diamonds look especially good in solitaire settings, where their gorgeous shape can be best appreciated. People who wish to express themselves through an unorthodox diamond that looks as rare as it actually is will find it through a pear.

Radiant Cut Diamonds 

Radiant cut diamonds are notable for their extreme amount of facets. Technically, these are the square modified brilliant diamonds and are, in essence, a squared round shape with trimmed corners. They have over 70 facets that allow them to remain brilliant when viewed in any direction. For added radiance, they can be set in a halo for peerless radiance. They are less expensive than their round brethren, making them a more affordable choice for those in search of the most brilliant possible ring. Their shape is also reminiscent of a princess cut, making them great for people who love the princess’ shape, but would prefer a more luminescent variety.

Cushion Cut Diamonds 

Appropriately named, cushion cut stones have a shape reminiscent of a pillow. While far less comfortable than a pillow due to being one of the hardest substances known to humankind, it is nonetheless a beautiful shape. They evoke a classic romance as their rounded edges and long shape give them a charming vintage aesthetic. This shape also helps the diamond retain its color, so it is great for helping colored diamonds project their depth for a longer period of time. Note that clear diamonds can yellow over time as well, the rate of which depends on the inclusions present therein.

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