Luxury Gems Hidden in Houston

Find Your Hidden Luxury Gems in Houston

image of luxury condo Arabella

Houston is home to plenty of world-class restaurants and one-of-a-kind museums. You can also find a few – literal – hidden gems in the middle of the Galleria area. Your luxury Houston condo at Arabella is just minutes away from Houston’s most prestigious companies. You’re even walking distance from a few thanks to the River Oaks District!

You Have to Meet Harry

image of Harry Winston store front at River Oaks District in Uptown Houston near Arabella luxury condo by Randall Davis

Situated in your backyard thanks to the River Oaks District, this Houston Harry Winston store boasts the best in jewelry and fine timepieces. Coupled with the River Oaks District Cartier store, you could easily treat yourself a little too much one day. Of course, these two stores are staples in the realm of high-end jewelry and watchmaking.  For the true hidden gems, you have to explore just a little bit more outside of your Houston condo backyard.

Local Luxury; Global Status

image of luxury diamond retailer Tacori Diamonds ring

Whether you’re searching for Tacori diamonds, Swarovski crystals, or the perfect engagement ring, several Houston gems showcase incredible collections of luxury jewelry. Many even offer custom design work! Zadok Jewelers is one of the most trusted names in the jewelry business in all of Houston. Apart from Select Jewelers, there are very few independently owned and operated fine jewelry stores left in the whole country. Both companies are doing their part to maintain a commitment to excellence in the diamond and jewelry business. What better place to do it than at the heart of Houston in the Galleria area!

 

Honorable mentions goes to Robbins Bros. – another option for fine jewelry within walking distance from your new Houston luxury condo! Another must-see if the gemstone collection at the Museum of Natural Science. These pieces might not be for sale, but they are no less beautiful and breathtaking. Hint: it is also a popular place to “pop the question”.