Our History

about us

Barron's Fine Jewelry is a family owned business, and we treat our customers and community that way – as family. We strive to provide you with beautiful, quality jewelry in a low pressure, informative, and fun atmosphere.

Barron's Fine Jewelry has been a well-recognized jewelry store in the area for 40 years, and all of our employees have at least 10 years of jewelry experience. We also have a watchmaker and a master jeweler on-site, both with over 20 years of experience in watch repair, jewelry repair and custom jewelry design.

Customer service is one of the most important values to us at Barron's, and it shows to the community, having been named Best of Gwinnett multiple times over the last few years. You can always count on seeing a friendly face each time you walk through the door! We each love serving our community and making lasting relationships with our clients.

We also find it very important to give back to the community: We are currently the title sponsor for the Amanda Riley Foundation, and continue our support for several of the local high schools, as well as Run the Reagan each year. We also remain contributors to many other worthy causes, including the Duluth Co-Op, Go Red for Women, and Rainbow Village. We were the main sponsor for the Theta Sigma Chapter for CURE for Childhood Cancer for over 10 years of their time in our community, donating a total estimated $160,000 to this great cause, and were the title sponsor for the Gwinnett Ballet Theatre for several years.

2017
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2017 Barron's is thriving at Barron's Tower Place, and is celebrating their 40th anniversary in business.
 
2003
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2003 - Ground is broken on Barron's Tower Place, the future home of Barron's Fine Jewelry.
Snellville, Georgia
1983
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1983 - Nanji decides to move to the US after visiting, and opens his first American store.
Atlanta, Georgia
1970
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1970 - Nanji Singadia opens his first business.
London, England
2004
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2004 - Barron's Tower is completed and Barron's Fine Jewelry opens its current State of the Art showroom.
Snellville, Georgia
1995
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1995 - Nanji's son, Ajay, joins the business and they move to a new store in Snellville.
Snellville, Georgia
1972
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1972 - Nanji opens a second store in South Ealing.
London, England
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