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Alexander's Jewelers

Alex Khvalsky

A Cut Above

Alexander’s Jewelers provides selection, service, in the heart of the Short North

When Alex Khvalsky founded Alexander’s Jewelers 20 years ago, he did so with a focus on his expertise and passion for Swiss timepieces. Now, after decades of creating incredible client experiences, the business has earned its reputation as a jewelry destination.  

Alexander’s clients are people who expect exemplary customer service, an unmatched selection of designers, in addition to carefully-curated engagement rings and wedding bands.  

Shane Hampton, the 15-year manager of Alexander’s Jewelers and a life-long jewelry enthusiast, says it’s a joy to create special pieces for patrons. “I am motivated every day to create pieces that are beautiful and help our clients celebrate the special moments in their lives,” he said. 

Alexander’s Jewelers is laser-focused on improving how they interact with their clients, changing the public’s idea of what a jeweler can be, all while bringing the freshest designs to Columbus.

“The store continually strives to find designers that bring a fresh, innovative perspective. I get really excited to show people new designs. I want my clients to be the trend, not just follow it,” Hampton said. 

Located at 689 N. High St. in the heart of the Short North, Alexander’s has grown substantially every year since it opened. “We are excited for the continued growth,” Hampton notes. He credits it to the passion of the jewelers, the store’s impressive collection, and Alexander’s focus on providing high-end experiences for customers.

 “Alex truly has taken his passion for timepieces and created a landmark location for design and style,” Hampton said. “I personally feel that the staff creates an environment of learning and listening that no other store in central Ohio can compete with.”

And despite providing all the amenities that would be offered by a large national chain, Alexander’s is unwaveringly customer-focused in a way that only a small business–one that’s plugged into and cares about its community–can be. 

“We are not focused on a corporate directive, but a client-based approach,” Hampton said. “The clients we have helped feel a personal connection to us because our jewelers take personal responsibility to ensure that each client knows they are our priority each and every time they walk into our door.”

To learn more, visit Alexanderscolumbus.com