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Since 1992, Diamonds ‘n Dunes has offered innovative jewelry designs to locals and visitors of the Outer Banks. Specializing in superior cut diamonds, expert craftsmanship and fashion forward designs, you’ll find jewelry selections for almost any budget. A variety of bracelets and charms, convertible jewelry, earrings, Galatea Queen Beads, necklaces, pendants and rings are available at this locally owned jewelry store.

At Diamonds ‘n Dunes, you will find featured designers including Pandora, Galatea, Parle, Elma Gil, Kabana, Lieberfarb, Lestage Convertible Collection, Elle Jewelry, Strellman’s, Steven Douglas, Teufel, Judith Ripka and Artistica.

The stunning location provides a luxurious and upscale customer experience. Vaulted ceilings, murals, chandeliers and a baby grand piano grace the Kitty Hawk store.

Co-owners Eileen Alexanian (a certified gemologist) and Ken Kelley are committed to quality and customer service to deliver. The Diamonds ‘n Dunes staff is well educated and willing to share with you the important aspects of choosing jewelry. Diamonds ‘n Dunes is a trusted jewelry retailer and is a member of the American Gem Society.

Need some extra cash fast? Diamonds ‘n Dunes will buy your unused, unwanted or broken gold jewelry and pay you cash immediately.  The professionals at Diamonds ‘n Dunes will assess the gold jewelry free of charge and provide you with an accurate value.

Clean and sanitary ear piercing also available, as well as starter earrings.

Diamonds ‘n Dunes will offer you an incredible jewelry shopping experience.

Kitty Hawk
Hours
  • Monday10:00am-6:00pm
  • Tuesday10:00am-6:00pm
  • Wednesday10:00am-6:00pm
  • Thursday10:00am-6:00pm
  • Friday10:00am-6:00pm
  • Saturday10:00am-5:00pm
Currituck Banks Coastal Estuarine Reserve

Currituck Banks Coastal Estuarine Reserve

Vacationers adore the Outer Banks for its unspoiled stretches of undeveloped shoreline, and some may not initially realize that this sporadic lack of development is completely intentional, and is the result of decades of careful environmental planning. While tourism flourished on the beaches, for generations, locals and visitors alike made inquiries and partnerships with government branches to ensure that certain areas of the Outer Banks would always remain pristine, unspoiled, and open to everyone.