Over 80 years in the business

Over 80 years in the business

Medawar Jewelers is a family owned business first established in 1920. Over the years, the Medawars expanded into many locations in Michigan and California. Our five locations offer our customers a unique shopping experience with our handcrafted jewelry designs created by master jewelers and designers. We value our customers and consider it a privilege to serve you. We will always do our best to ensure your satisfaction with each and every purchase.

Conflict Free

Conflict Free

Medawar Jewelers combines its efforts of buying only conflict free diamonds, fairly traded colored gemstones and environmentally conscious precious metals. Much of our manufacturing is done locally at our Lansing offices.

The Medawar Lifetime Promise

The Medawar Lifetime Promise

Medawar Jewelers guarantees the workmanship on each and every piece of jewelry against any manufacturer defect. We are always happy to check your jewelry, clean it and offer free Rhodium once a year on every piece purchased at our stores.



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3 Bridal Jewelry Trends Inspired by the Royal Wedding

The royal wedding might be over, but the trends it started are here to stay. Keep reading to learn about the hottest bridal jewelry styles inspired by Prince Harry and Meghan’s wedding ceremony.

3 Bridal Jewelry Trends Inspired by the Royal Wedding

Even though the royal wedding is over, the trends that have been influenced by this international event are now taking root all over the bridal industry.

And while some swoon-worthy parts of the wedding (like Meghan Markle’s stunning Givenchy wedding gown) are up on our Top 10 Royal Wedding Moments, here we’ll stick to covering some of the most popular bridal jewelry trends that have been influenced by the marriage of Meghan and Prince Harry

Three-Stone Engagement Ring Settings

When the royal couple first announced their engagement last year, all eyes were on them -- and the three-stone yellow gold sparkler that Meghan sported on her ring finger.

The three diamonds of this recently-revived style represent the past, present, and future of an engaged couple; a fitting statement as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex look back to their beginnings and look forward to a future in marriage.

Usually the stones of a three-stone ring have the same shape, but the piece donned by Meghan consisted of a cushion cut center stone flanked by two rounds. This gave the royal ring an updated and modern look that women all over the world now try to emulate in their own three-stone engagement rings.

Three stone engagement rings at Medawar Jewelers

Personalized Jewelry Pieces

One of the biggest takeaways from the royal wedding -- and the royal engagement, really -- was the concept of personalized jewelry items. Meghan’s engagement ring, already a trend-setter in its own right, also had the distinction of having a lot of meaning for the royal couple.

The cushion cut stone nestled in the center of the ring, for example, was sourced from Botswana. The couple had taken a vacation to the country early on in their relationship, and adding a diamond from there became a thoughtful gesture that greatly increased the sentimental value of the ring to Meghan.

Additionally, the two round diamonds on each side of the center stone came from a pair of Princess Diana’s earrings that were given to Prince Harry after her death. According to him, creating the engagement ring and including those gemstones were his way of keeping his mother involved throughout the wedding in spirit.

This attention to detail and personal history is mirrored in modern couples getting engaged all over the world.

Although many of us might not have a whirlwind romance like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s, today soon-to-be engaged couples include sentimental details from their relationships as they create their engagement and wedding rings. Colored gemstones, engravings, and creatively set stones are just a few of the ways couples nowadays are imbibing their wedding jewelry with a part of their love story.

Aquamarine Rings

Aquamarine rings at Medawar Jewelers

Ever since we saw Meghan wear the splendid aquamarine ring (also from Princess Diana’s personal collection) on her way to the wedding reception, we’ve been obsessed -- and we’re not the only ones. You can expect to see a lot more of this stone in jewelry pieces, and even engagement rings, in the near future.

The light blue stone is a refreshing take on the colored gemstone jewelry trend; typically stones like emerald and sapphire would be used, thanks to their hardness and durability. But nowadays, jewelers are moving towards more unusual stones like moissanite, tanzanite, and now, aquamarine.

To avoid damaging one of these relatively softer stones, look for rings with a center gemstone and a halo of diamonds surrounding it. The diamonds would protect the fragile ends and corners of the stone, while also making the setting itself look larger than it is.

When it comes to the latest trends and jewelry styles, you can bet that Medawar Jewelers will have it. We keep our finger on the pulse of all things fine jewelry so that when you come in looking for something, we’ll have it for you.

For a one-of-a-kind jewelry piece, you can also meet with one of our master craftsmen so they can design it exactly the way you’ve imagined it.

Come into any of our five showrooms today and we’ll help you find a piece of jewelry you’ll love!


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