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Jewelers Exchange Building information
With over 100 jewelers, this historic building is the first stop for many would-be grooms. Some jewelers have retail space on the 1st floor, other less conspicuous artisans work upstairs. If you're overwhelmed by too many options, go to Boston Ring and Gem (BRAG) on the 2nd floor. The Zargarian family has been designing and crafting the sparkly stuff for seven generations.