On the lookout for jewelry repair or jewelry appraisal services? Then you’ve come to the right place.
Erik Runyan Jewelers’ elegant showroom on Main Street in downtown Vancouver, Washington, features more than just a spectacular array of designer, vintage, and custom jewelry.
As one of the Pacific Northwest's oldest continuously operating jewelry stores, ERJ also has a suite of jewelry repair and jewelry appraisal services to help any and all jewelry seekers find what they’ve been searching for.
Anyone and everyone — from experts and aficionados to those who’ve only dipped a toe or two into the wonderful world of jewelry design — can find what they’ve been searching for at ERJ.
Do you (or someone you know and love) like new and trendy items but prefer the classic feel of vintage jewelry Have you been searching high and low for alternative bridal engagement rings? The answers and solutions to both of these questions can be found in one place: Erik Runyan Jewelers.
ERJ offers Clark County’s best collection of quality vintage jewelry. Timeless designs and classic styles abound in Runyan’s Vintage Jewelry Salon: Old European cut diamonds, Victorian lockets, gold coins, cultured pearls, filigree designs, and more. Do you have a passion for classic bridal design or alternative bridal pieces? Runyan features items from every era. In fact, you never know what you’ll find at ERJ. Inventory is constantly changing — and constantly fascinating!
Maintaining a wedding engagement ring — or any piece of fine jewelry, for that matter — involves taking regular small steps that add up to a lot …
For more than a century, five generations of Runyan family members have helped create custom jewelry designs that dazzle the eye, sparkle the intellect, and warm the heart …
Your desire to own or wear a colored gemstone isn’t new or unique. Throughout all civilizations, gems have held a fascination – sometimes even a legendary power – for man.
Just about everyone knows what his or her birthstone is. Why is that? Because people still enjoy the folklore associated with the tradition of the birthstone. They like believing that wearing a birthstone brings them good luck and protects them.
The name “diamond” comes from the Greek word “adamas” meaning unconquerable – suggesting the eternity of love. In fact, diamonds have been the traditional symbol of love since ancient Greece. Discovered about 2,500 years ago in India, the ancients believed they were splinters from the stars, perhaps crystallized lightning or hardened dew drops.
There are no two diamonds alike, they are individually unique just like each of us. Tradition has shown us that four factors – know as the Four C’s – together contributeto a diamond’s singular beauty. These factors are Color, Carat weight, Cut and Clarity.
This provides us with common references and language to arrive at a diamond’s value throughout the world and across generations. To acquire a diamond is to become a part of that legacy, and the Four C’s is your tool to ensure your diamonds are the best your money can buy.