Kruckemeyer & Cohn Jewelry Company
Kruckemeyer & Cohn Jewelry Company has been Evansville, Indiana’s leading jewelers since 1895. Our GIA certified sales associates are both friendly and knowledgeable. This means that your experience at Kruckemeyer & Cohn is one that you will never forget. We are the exclusive rep of Jeff Cooper, Roman & Jules, engagement rings. Making our store the largest selection of unique engagement rings and wedding bands in the Tri-State. We also represent the top jewelry designers such as, Charriol, Freida Rothman, Luvente, Belle Etoile, and many more. Our extensive collection of watches include designers such as Luminox, Frederique Constant, and Alpina.
If you don’t see what you are looking for, we can assist you in designing your own unique piece of jewelry. If you can dream it, our master craftsman can make it. Our expansive showroom features beautiful showcases and plenty of space to relax while you browse. We have a lounge for adults and one specifically for children which provides you additional ways to enjoy your shopping experience.
Our commitment to our community is just as important as our commitment to jewelry. Kruckemeyer & Cohn Jewelry Company is proud to serve the following community non profits. Such as, Keep Evansville Beautiful, Lampion Center, Vanderburgh Humane Society, SWIRCA, Habitat for Humanity, Junior League of Evansville, and countless others. We give back.
Our goal is to provide the best customer service experience imaginable and to make sure you are happy and confident in your purchase. Our clients are the most important part of our business and referrals from satisfied guests make all the difference in the world. Our unbeatable new pricing, extensive selection, quality, and customer service makes us what the tri-state area has come to expect from the NEW Kruckemeyer & Cohn, your lifetime jewelers.
Kruckemeyer & Cohn has been proudly serving the Evansville, Indiana area since 1895. Kruckemeyer & Cohn’s attention to detail, quality products, and world class service has allowed it to build the stellar reputation it enjoys today.
In 1895, Benjamin Kruckemeyer and David Cohn joined forces to open their first company together in downtown Evansville, Indiana. Little did they know that they would be embarking upon a century-long journey of providing the people of Evansville the finest diamond engagement rings and bridal jewelry in the area. When David Cohn passed away in 1945, the business was passed to Mary Cohn Levi and Morris Levi, his daughter and her husband. For the next twenty-five years, the business continued to prosper. When Morris Levi passed away in 1970, the business was once again passed down to the next generation, Roger Levi. Roger was born and raised in Evansville, and he moonlighted at the company throughout high school and college. He joined the company permanently in 1954 after receiving a Bachelor’s Degree from Purdue University and serving in the United States Navy as a line officer. He also taught chemistry for a while.
In 1959, Roger became the very first certified gemologist in all of Evansville and began authenticating diamonds using a microscope. From wedding bands to bracelets, he was the expert if you had any questions about your diamonds. He was also the first person to sell certified diamonds by the Gemological Institute of America, which made him the authority on telling the difference between natural and synthetic diamonds.
As the years continued, Roger expanded the operation to new locations and included quite the selection of loose diamonds and other fine jewels. He gained his business the reputation of being honest, knowledgeable, and well-versed in the field of diamond jewelry.
In 2010, Roger passed away. He truly wanted to “be your jeweler,” as his famous line went. This smart and creative businessman continues to be dearly missed. At the end of 2015, Kelli Carter, the long-time employee of the store who had the honor of working for Mr. Levi, is the Managing partner of the store. Kruckemeyer & Cohn is locally owned and operated, and we still want to be “Your Lifetime Jeweler.”