Welcome to American Diamond Exchange, Inc.

Diamonds & Fine Jewelry

Custom Jewelry Design and Jewelry Repair Services 

Our headquarters are located at 1280 Whalley Avenue in New Haven, Connecticut 06515, in the USA, near Yale University. We operate our business in a building that we built at this location in 1985. Our facilities include our main diamond and fine jewelry showroom with private showroom offices. Our in-house Goldsmith Shop features jewelry repair services and custom jewelry design along with fabrication by our master goldsmiths and diamond setters. We have our own private parking lot, which is well lit and is conveniently located to provide you with easy direct access into our safe and secure building.
 

Find The Jewelry of Your Dreams!

The staff of American Diamond Exchange is here to help you select that very special gift for the one you love for any occasion.  We have something exceptional for everyone!  Please visit our showroom, or shop with us online soon, so you too, can have a Sparkling Day!  We look forward to seeing you. 

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Lee Barbera, Goldsmith

February 18, 2015

    Lee Barbera, Master GoldsmithLee, our loyal and dear friend has always been a cornerstone of American Diamond Exchange and our Goldsmith Shop. Lee joined the ADEX team more that 28 years ago. From day one, Lee put his heart and soul into American Diamond Exchange. His exceptional work ethic and skills continually improved and advanced all the services that American Diamond Exchange was able to offer our customers. Lee has an amazing ability to communicate with everyone. Lee's expertise has helped thousands of customers with jewelry repairs and custom designs throughout the years. Lee excels at hand crafted fabrication. His ingenious capacity to make just about any piece or part of jewelry has resolved countless jewelry repair issues....

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Allie Perry, Master Goldsmith, A.J.P.

February 15, 2015

American Diamond Exchange is pleased to present Allie's career biography.  Allie took her first jewelry making class as a senior in high school and was immediately enamored with metalsmithing. Upon graduation, she went on to obtain her Bachelor of Science degree at Southern Connecticut State University, with a major in Studio Art and a specialization in Jewelry and Silversmithing. An internship in her field turned into a full time job with a company that specialized in the mass-production of silver jewelry. Allie had the opportunity to design pieces, travel with a line of sample items, and sell various pieces to major retailers. When that company closed, Allie moved on to a different area of the field, jewelry repair. First under...

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