Jon & Oskar - Reykjavik
Icecold is an amazing line and I adore all of the pieces in the collection. Beautiful and elegant design.
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Jon & Oskar is one of the most well-established watch and jewellery stores in Reykjavik. Jon Sigurjonsson, master goldsmith and Oskar Oskarsson, master watchmaker have over 40 years of experience under their belts. Their store on Laugavegur 61 is the largest of its kind in the country. Jon & Oskar pride themselves in serving their clients the best they can and are renowned for their personal service.
Jon & Oskar's collection of engagement and wedding rings is one of the largest in Iceland and they have a special room where couples can view engagement- and wedding rings in private. The Jon & Oskar jewellery store includes members of the watchmaking and goldsmith associations and offer professional quality service. They commission a large number of brand names, direct trading ensures the best prices. Their imported jewellery has come from renowned manufacturers in Germany, Belgium and Italy. To the same extent their workshop has a long history of designing and forging and the latest addition in jewellery lines is Icecold, an idea that has been constantly growing and developing since 2000.
When Jon & Oskar founded their company in 1971 they opened their first store in a 50 square meter cellar at Laugavegur 70 That space soon became restricting as the business took off so they soon extended to the east into the next building. In 1995 there was a revolutionary change when they moved to a spacious and elegant store space on Laugavegur 61 and became the largest jewellery- and watch retailer in Iceland. Today they also have stores in Kringlan and Smaralind shopping centres and as ever before, their devoted staff welcomes you to stop by and aim at making sure you find what you are looking for.
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