409 MAIN ST,, COSHOCTON, OHIO 43812
740-622-4941 (740) 622-4418
Dean Turner opened the doors of Dean’s Jewelry in 1966 after a local jewelry store he worked for closed. Dean was a figurehead in the small town of Coshocton. You would always see him laughing, singing, or whistling. He believed friendships were the foundation of a successful business. His son Tim joined the business 10 years later. Tim went to school and studied to be a gold-smith and stone setter. Over the years Dean's Jewelry grew based upon Tim's unwavering focus and commitment to a central business goal: to be a pleasure to do business with. Tim’s daughter started working for Dean’s when she was just 14 years old. Michelle lived in Columbus, OH for several years before returning to Coshocton to raise her 3 children and grow her family’s business. Tim’s two sons are both involved in the company as well. Luke followed in his father’s footsteps and studied goldsmithing and stone setting at GIA. Noah graduated with a business degree and decided to return to Coshocton to partner with Michelle. They opened their second location in Mount Vernon, Ohio in 2007. Michelle’s son Cole recently graduated from New Approach Jewelry school and returned home to be a part of the team. His primary focus is on the custom design.
Today, Michelle and Noah are 3rd generation owners of Dean’s Jewelry. Together they share their grandfathers and father’s beliefs on business. They believe buying jewelry should be fun. They believe in making their customers happy. No matter what. They believe their team and their customers are families and they believe in committing to the growth and prosperity of Coshocton and Mount Vernon.
Dean’s Jewelry believes every woman deserves a diamond that sparkles like it should and so it offers exquisite collection of designer bridal jewelry, engagement rings, wedding bands, wedding rings, earrings, bangles, bracelets, earrings, rings, certified loose diamonds, gemstone jewelry, necklaces, pendants and branded watches in Coshocton and Mount Vernon, Ohio.