The team at Lumina Gem has over 100 years of combined experience in the jewelry business.
In 2009 Brad Bass founded Lumina Gem, worked out of an office in Lumina Station, and had a small shop setup in his garage.
In 2010, Brad Bass partnered up with Jeannie Bethel to locate Lumina Gem within Home Again. The partnership with Home Again was fantastic and both businesses enjoyed working together in one space.
Towards the end of 2019 both Lumina Gem and Home Again started to outgrow their spaces, so in 2020 Lumina Gem moved next door to their own storefront! Having extra space in the new store has given us the opportunity to bring in new local jewelry designers, pre-owned designer handbags, and much more!
In the time since, the business has grown to be a full service jewelry store that specializes in all aspects of the jewelry business.
If you’ve even been intimidated by walking into a stuffy, traditional jewelry store, you will find shopping at Lumina Gem like a breath of fresh air. We are the exact opposite of stuffy: it is our mission to make your shopping experience with us non-intimidating, friendly, low-pressure…and dare we say FUN!
While our team is highly skilled and knowledgeable about all aspects of the jewelry business, we treat all of our customers as friends and family, and our many happy customers will attest to this.
The store itself is like no other jewelry store you have visited, with something for everyone. Both cost-conscious shoppers as well as those who demand the finest will find something to suit their tastes and budgets.
And with a huge selection of both new and consigned jewelry, with names like Rolex, Slane, David Yurman, you will find a vast assortment of the jewelry that you love… at 30-60% off retail!
In addition to our dazzling assortment of jewelry, Lumina Gem offers complete jewelry store services; from repairs and appraisals, to custom designs and a gemstone brokerage service. We take all major credit cards as well as offering affordable financing options.
At Lumina Gem we understand that your jewelry is highly personal…shouldn’t you have a personal jeweler?