Established in 1981, Conger’s Jewellers was created by David Conger, G.G. The business offers a number of services for soon-to-wed customers. These range from bespoke wedding rings, remodeling or restoration of heirloom jewellery and jewellery appraisal. David Conger is a graduate of the Gemological Institute of America (earned in residence, Santa Monica, CA.).
Couples are offered a variety of unique styles. The pieces are normally custom designed. A 3-D model in made prior to the final production of the piece to give you an idea of what to expect. The business offers a lifetime warranty on our custom designs. Products include the following:
- Canadian diamonds, mined in Canada 🇨🇦
- Lab Grown diamonds and gemstones
- Ethically sourced diamonds and gemstones
- Recycled gold
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So far, wonderful!
Authentic And Professional
Dave was thoughtful, patience, educated me a lot about diamonds. I’ve learned myself so much by listening to him. He was guiding me and was listening to my needs. At 0 moment I felt rushed and for that I appreciate him and really loved doing business with him.
The right was wonderful and my fiancé extremely loved it!
I would sincerely recommend him to anyone looking for rings. I will definitely go back to him 100% !
The communication, price and service were all wonderful! Highly suggested.
-The ring was ready about 1-2 weeks later than we were told.
-The initial ring had three spots on the band that were not polished.
-We took the ring in for repair and it came back looking different. The owner of Congers told us it had been necessary for the goldsmith to do a half-shank and replace the bottom half of the ring, but we had never been informed the ring would be modified in such a drastic way.
-There were SIX DEFECTS VISIBLE TO THE NAKED EYE: 1) The 18K inscription was missing – only half the K was left (never re-inscribed after the half-shank). 2) The ring was no longer round – parts of the band were thicker or thinner (also because of the half-shank). 3) There were two scratches that were not there on the first ring. 4) The fit was different – less snug than before. 5) The diamond was not as brilliant because the ring was not polished under the diamond. 6) There was a fibre wedged next to the stone. The lack of quality control here is astounding.
Overall we are extremely disappointed with our Congers experience. We made numerous trips to the jeweller for repairs. We were only engaged a couple months, and my ring spent most of that time at the jeweller's being repaired. Throughout our ordeal, the employees and owner were always friendly, but never apologized or offered any compensation for basically completely botching my wedding ring.
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