Gallery Ii Collections

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A wonderful neighborhood jewelry store which has been going
strong for decades while countless other Upper West Side shops have long since come and gone.
Definitely a high quality go-to shop for the special gift for virtually any occasion, taste and age group. I often
go in to browse new items to balance out a less-fun visit to nearby Zabars or Staples. Love both their contemporary items as well as the often stellar estate pieces!

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A wonderful neighborhood jewelry store which has been going
strong for decades while countless other Upper West Side shops have long since come and gone.
Definitely a high quality go-to shop for the special gift for virtually any occasion, taste and age group. I often
go in to browse new items to balance out a less-fun visit to nearby Zabars or Staples. Love both their contemporary items as well as the often stellar estate pieces!

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I'd taken a watch in to Gallery II for a new battery, which they put in quickly enough, and the woman assured me that it was running just fine. When I got home, I discovered that the dial face of the watch was loose when I pulled the crown to change the time, and the crown would not go in all the way, so not only could I not change the time and lock it in, the hands would not advance on their own. I took it to another jewelry shop the next day for their opinion and, opening it, they said the gasket was missing and I should go back to the first shop to see if they still have it. (Otherwise they were willing to "fashion" one for me.) When I returned to Gallery II, a man opened the watch and explained that there were no parts left out from when they took it apart the day before, that this Seiko model was designed to not need a gasket, that it was just fine, and when he put it back together the crown went in all the way. But wouldn't you know, later the crown would not close and lock again, and the dial face was loose and slipping around. I took it to a third place just a few blocks south on Broadway, Elizabeth Julian, and they opened it up, saying immediately, ??The gasket is missing.? They put a new one in and it's been fine ever since. So the fellow at Gallery II either didn??t know what he was talking about, or he was incapable of admitting that they'd lost the gasket and would fix what they??d screwed up. Either way, he cost me an extra $20 to have it repaired elsewhere - which is where I will go from now on.

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I'd taken a watch in to Gallery II for a new battery, which they put in quickly enough, and the woman assured me that it was running just fine. When I got home, I discovered that the dial face of the watch was loose when I pulled the crown to change the time, and the crown would not go in all the way, so not only could I not change the time and lock it in, the hands would not advance on their own. I took it to another jewelry shop the next day for their opinion and, opening it, they said the gasket was missing and I should go back to the first shop to see if they still have it. (Otherwise they were willing to "fashion" one for me.) When I returned to Gallery II, a man opened the watch and explained that there were no parts left out from when they took it apart the day before, that this Seiko model was designed to not need a gasket, that it was just fine, and when he put it back together the crown went in all the way. But wouldn't you know, later the crown would not close and lock again, and the dial face was loose and slipping around. I took it to a third place just a few blocks south on Broadway, Elizabeth Julian, and they opened it up, saying immediately, ??The gasket is missing.? They put a new one in and it's been fine ever since. So the fellow at Gallery II either didn??t know what he was talking about, or he was incapable of admitting that they'd lost the gasket and would fix what they??d screwed up. Either way, he cost me an extra $20 to have it repaired elsewhere - which is where I will go from now on.

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