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Goldman Kolber has been a fine jewelry leader in the design and manufacture of outstanding quality fine jewelry for three generations. After seven decades located in the heart of the Jewelry District of New York City, the company has resided in a suburb of Boston for the past twenty-five years with its offices and factory located in Norwood, Massachusetts. During ninety-eight years of continuous ownership by the Goldman and Steinhauer families, a rich history and jewelry legacy has been built.

Today, we still proudly manufacture all of our jewelry in our own factory, blending old-world craftsmanship with modern efficiency and techniques, offering the most diverse and unique fine jewelry available anywhere.

From our roots in classically styled diamond jewelry, to the ground-breaking innovation of our patented flagship line of interchangeable jewelry, Caerleon; every piece is made with style, elegance, and a sense of purpose.

Following in the footsteps of past company presidents Joe Goldman and Herb Steinhauer, David Steinhauer has made jewelry design his life’s passion for over twenty-seven years and piloted the creation of GK Coloures, Eternity Links, Caerleon, Shift, and Caerleon Couture; expandable and versatile fine jewelry unlike any other. Each of these fine jewelry lines has received acclaim from leading fine jewelry retailers, and been proudly worn by women across America for generations.

From our families history, to becoming part of your families history, our pledge today is an extension of founder Joseph Goldman’s creed:

“Every piece of jewelry
is a piece of art filled
with passion and love,
without which
there can be no art.”

We hope we can become part of commemorating the most special moments of your life. Jewelry is the most personal gift we ever receive, whether from a loved one, or to ourselves. Nothing else can ever be a more unique personal expression, or a lasting treasure to future generations than a piece of beautiful jewelry.

Thank you for visiting the World of Goldman Kolber.