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Best Jeweler: Wimmer’s Diamonds

Location: Fargo

090421B.FF.NEWWIMMERS
Wimmer's Diamonds has been named Best Jeweler in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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How does it feel to be named the best jeweler in Fargo-Moorhead?

Co-owner Aaron Wimmer said the title is an honor. “Although we’ve won in the past, we certainly don’t take the title for granted, and you know, our category certainly had some good competition,” Wimmer said.

What sets you apart from competitors? 

“We have just a wonderful, wonderful team of jewelry experts, expert goldsmiths, a gemologist appraiser,” he said.

Is there anything your business offers that customers may not know about?

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Along with an assortment of fine jewelry, the business provides jewelry repairs and appraisals. “We also do a lot of custom design where people, if they want to restyle old things that they no longer like and turn them into something new and modern looking,” Wimmer said.

  • Second place: Gunderson's Jewelers
  • Third place: Riddle's Jewelry - Fargo
  • Fourth place: Schmidt's Gems & Fine Jewelry
  • Fifth place: A Cutting Edge Gallery of Jewelry

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