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August 22, 2019

Isaac Cohen

Isaac Cohen

Custom Designer

JHJ’s Isaac Cohen has been in the jewelry business for almost 33 years.  His showroom is located in the International Jewelers Exchange, in Boca Raton, Florida, and he specializes in Custom design of high end pieces exclusively in 18K and Platinum.  

Issac does all his CAD work himself, and builds his models using the latest technology in 3D printing. One of Isaac’s most recent custom orders, appropriately named “The Monster,” was designed for a customer’s 20 carat round diamond.  It was created in platinum with two pieces and featured a “Baguette Crown,” which held stones weighing .50 points each and wrapped all around under the Halo top.  The Monster shank was made to match, with cascading graduated baguettes outlined with round diamonds.  It took approximately 6 months to create, and the finished product had a total of 25 carats in round and baguette diamonds, all of which accent the 20 carat center stone. Isaac says he’s spoken to his customer and she says she wears it every day! 

Isaac loves creating unique pieces, and says it’s very rewarding to see the joy in a clients face when he presents them with their custom creations.  He loves the fact that he has played a part in creating something the customer will cherish for life, and then pass down for generations to come.

Isaac’s philosophy is “We are all here temporarily, but our work lives forever!”

Connect with Isaac on JHJ if you’re looking for someone who specializes in custom creations or have calls for one of a kind, high end platinum and diamond jewelry.

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