Jewelry Stores in Mazatlan Mexico - Buying artisan-crafted jewelry, fire opals, diamonds, gemstones, and fine
Taxco silver in Mazatlan from the 7 best recommended jewelers in the Golden Zone - Zona Dorada and the Centro Historico


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Jewelry Stores and Jewelers
Diamonds, Fire Opals, Gold, Taxco Silver and Artisan Jewelry!

El Delfin | Joyeria Celito Lindo | Joyeria Hernandez | Joyeria Indio

Michael Gallery | Pardo | Rubio Jewelers

Buying jewelry is always fun, and buying jewelry in Mazatlan even more so! Our jewelers offer a wide range of Mexican artisan-crafted jewelry, from simple and beautiful handcrafted Mexican traditional adornments to the highest of high-fashion accessories.

Mexican Fire Opal jewelry in Mazatlan MexicoHot for that Fire Opal?

Many of the best highly recommended jewelry stores in Mazatlan feature Mexican Fire Opals, a beautiful gemstone native to Mexico.

Fire Opals are found within rock strata that run through the Mexican highlands which are dotted with extinct volcanoes.

Generally the gemstone, which lies hidden in crevices and cavities, is mined from open-pit mines. The most important source of Mexican Fire Opals is the Querétaro State in Southern Mexico -- a state which is considered to be the origin of the term "Fire Opal".

Buying Fire Opals in Mazatlan is not only fun, but it's economical for Canadians and Americans: the prices of Mexican Fire Opals outside Mexico tend to be considerably higher!

Taxco silver jewelry in Mazatlan MexicoAll that glitters is not gold

Of particular note to those buying from jewelers in Mazatlan is the wide availability of jewelry made in Taxco, Guerrero State, Mexico, which many consider to be the finest silver jewelry in the world.

Taxco is a silver-mining center in the northern part of the Mexican state of Guerrero, and home to many of Mexico's most accomplished silversmiths. Our jewelers offer a wide selection of the very best of Taxco silver -- at completive prices.

Many tourists and longer-term visitors buying jewelry in Mazatlan choose to shop at the stores located in the Golden Zone, but it is worth noting that several fine Mazatlan jewelry stores are located in the Centro Historico, Centro and, of course, La Gran Plaza Mall.

Also worth noting: diamonds are tax-free in Mexico!

El Delfin Recommended Mazatlan jeweler in the Golden Zone - Zona Dorada
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El Delfin jewelry store in Mazatlan Mexico is family owned, and offers fabulous items crafted in silver and gold that feature tanzanite, diamonds, rubys, aquamarine and turquoise. In addition, El Delfin jewelry store in Mazatlan sells beautiful gemstones. Jose Rubio, who is a well known gemologist, will give you a certificate and description of the characteristic of the gems you acquire at El Delfin. The Rubio family own another of our favorite jewelers -- Rubio Jewelers -- located in Costa de Oro.

Telephone 669 914 3209

Camarón Sábalo 1664-B / In the Balboa Tower Hotel

delfinjewelry.com

Joyeria Celito Lindo Recommended Mazatlan jeweler in the Golden Zone
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Joyeria Celito Lindo is located in the Golden Zone - Zona Dorada. One of the more established Mazatlan jewelry stores, Celito Lindo has been serving residents, tourists and cruise ship passengers for many years.

Telephone 669 913 1212

Playa Gaviotas 311 / Golden Zone - Zona Dorada

Joyeria Hernandez Recommended Mazatlan jeweler in La Gran Plaza
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One of the finest jewelry stores in Mazatlan Mexico, Hernandez Joyerias in Mazatlan offers a wide selection of high-line Mexican-crafted jewelry.

Inside La Gran Plaza Mall / Telephone 669 984 1399

Aquiles Serdan 1814 / Centro / Telephone 669 981 5594

Joyeria Indio Recommended Mazatlan jeweler in the Centro Historico
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One of the most fun Mazatlan jewelry stores, Joyeria Indio in Mazatlan offers a wide selection of Mexican-crafted artisan jewelry. Located just off Olas Altas Beach.

Telephone 669 981 3753

Angel Flores 206 / Centro Historico just off The Malecon

Michael Gallery Recommended jeweler in the Centro Historico and Golden Zone
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Michael Gallery is one of the longest-establish and most highly recommended jewelry stores in Mazatlan.

Michael Gallery sells a wide variety of exquisitly crafted Mexican gold and silver jewelry, with some pieces encrusted with gemstones, including high-quality diamonds.

"Michael" is Miguel Marrujo, a Mazatlan entrepreneur who takes great pride in his wares.

His success at pleasing his many long-time customers is reflected in the fact that Michael Gallery has expanded from its original location in the Centro Historico into two additional jewelry stores, one in the Golden Zone - Zona Dorada.


Angel Flores 600 / Centro Historico / 669 982 8265

Camaron Sabalo 19 / Golden Zone - Zona Dorada / 669 914 0421

Laguna 18-B / Quinta Gaviotas / 669 913 1230

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Pardo Recommended Mazatlan jeweler in the Golden Zone - Zona Dorada
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One of the finest jewelry stores in Mazatlan Mexico, Pardo in Mazatlan offers a wide selection of high-line Mexican-crafted jewelry and specializes in serving tourists buying jewelry in Mazatlan Mexico. Like a number of the best Mazatlan jewelers, Pardo offers a large selection of Mexican fire opals. The best jewelry stores in Mazatlan often feature these opals, named for their ability to reflect many different colors including blue, green, purple, orange, and red. Incredibly difficult to mine, Mexican fire opals can be turned into a ring, necklace, or earrings in as little as seven hours by Pardo's master jewelers. Buying jewelry in Mazatlan at Pardo's is a joy!

Telephone 669 669 4972

Avenida Playa Gaviotas 411 / Golden Zone - Zona Dorada

Rubio Jewelers Recommended Mazatlan jeweler in the Golden Zone - Zona Dorada
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One of the best jewelry stores in Mazatlan Mexico, Rubio Jewelers in Mazatlan offers a wide selection of high-line Mexican-crafted fine gold, silver and platinum jewelry, natural pearls, and specializes in offering great prices to visitors buying jewelry in Mazatlan. Family owned, the Rubio family own another of our favorite Mazatlan jewelers -- El Delfin -- located in the Balboa Tower Hotel.

Telephone 669 913 2059

Avenida Camarón Sábalo 710, Costa de Oro Hotel / Golden Zone - Zona Dorada

rubiojewellers.com

El Delfin | Joyeria Celito Lindo | Joyeria Hernandez | Joyeria Indio

Michael Gallery | Pardo | Rubio Jewelers



A 2017 travel guide to buying fine jewelry, fire opals, diamonds, gemstones and Taxco silver at the 7 best recommended Mazatlan jewelry stores in Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico

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