“The Jeweler” Jim Sweaney

“The Jeweler” Jim Sweaney
“The Jeweler” Jim Sweaney

“The Jeweler”
Jim Sweaney
© Benoit Malphettes

By S.E. Williams

When Mardon’s Jewelers opened for business in 1961, Marilyn and Don Harris were determined to serve the Riverside community by providing the best fine jewelry services available.

Over the years the company built a reputation for unique and unusual fine jewelry; for honesty and fair business practices; and for expert services that include custom jewelry design, appraising, and jewelry repair.

In 1999 the business changed hands and since that time, new owners Jim and Kaye Sweaney have carried on the Mardon tradition. The company is proud of a 40-year tradition of going the extra mile to seek out the best in fine jewelry.

Owners Jim and Kaye are confident there is nothing like the special memory that a gift of jewelry creates, “A memory that will shine with the fire of diamonds, the vibrant color of gemstones and the shimmer of platinum and gold.” The owners also believe, “Whether it’s an engagement, an anniversary, a birthday, or just to say I love you, fine jewelry is one of the best ways to communicate your inner feelings.”

Jim and Kaye encourage residents not to think of Mardon’s as just as a jewelry store, but instead to consider it a personal jeweler, ready to assist customers with all of their fine jewelry needs.

Mardon Jewelers
640 Main St
951.682.2325

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