Fred Meyer Jewelers is committed to offering superior service while providing our customers with the knowledge and expertise that you need to feel confident and excited about any jewelry purchase. Our associates are highly trained and educated jewelry professionals, and each store has associates certified by the Diamond Council of America. When shopping online, the Learning Center can help you make an educated and informed decision before making your jewelry purchase.
Fred Meyer Jewelers offers an extensive variety of quality fine jewelry, including everything from diamond bridal and engagement jewelry to brand name watches like Citizen, Bulova, Seiko and Pulsar. We also offer loose diamonds, fun and fashionable gemstone jewelry, men's and children's jewelry and exclusive brands, collections and pieces.
Fred Meyer Jewelers also offers free jewelry cleaning and inspection to ensure that your jewelry retains its beauty, and that individual settings are secure. In addition to a variety of jewelry repair services, Fred Meyer Jewelers offers the Lifetime Jewelry Care Plan and Watch Protection Plan for purchase.
More than 300 stores and an extensive online selection make Fred Meyer Jewelers the convenient choice for quality, price and value. We understand that a purchase of fine jewelry is an exciting experience that can help turn special occasions into celebrations.
Fred Meyer Jewelers is committed to responsibly mined and produced jewelry. We are certified by the Responsible Jewelry Council, which addresses human and labor rights, environmental impact, mining practices and product disclosure in the jewelry supply chain.
Here at Fred Meyer Jewelers, we value the importance of giving back to the community. That is why we have a deep commitment and support for a number of charities, including Jewelers for Children, CASA, The Humane Society of the United States and Breast Cancer Research. In 2012, Fred Meyer Jewelers generously contributed over $236,000 to these charitable organizations.
Responsible corporate citizens
Fred Meyer Jewelers values our leadership role in the communities we serve and within the jewelry industry. Our charitable work focuses on children's needs, including Make-A-Wish, St. Jude's Children Hospital and CASA, the Court Appointed Special Advocates. As members of the Responsible Jewelers Council we are committed to supporting environmental and social sustainability locally and throughout the world through responsible sourcing of our product.
Since our inception in 1973, Fred Meyer Jewelers has been one of the most innovative jewelers in our industry. Our original stores, in Portland, Oregon were located exclusively within larger Fred Meyer, multi-department stores. Through the years, Fred Meyer Jewelers expanded into select shopping malls across the country.
In the late 1990s, Littman Jewelers became part of our company. Littman Jewelers has been a renowned jeweler on the east coast since 1885. Today we operate our stores under the Fred Meyer Jewelers banner and the Littman Jewelers banner.
In 1998, the Kroger Co. purchased Fred Meyer and Fred Meyer Jewelers. Kroger is America's largest grocer and second largest retailer of any type. Kroger is one of the most respected and honored businesses in America and has been named America's most generous company by Forbes magazine for its commitment to both national charities and the local communities in which we do business.
In 2006, we opened our first Fred Meyer Jewelers location inside of a Kroger Marketplace store. Under one roof, Customers find a innovative grocery store plus the convenience of banking, pharmacy, medical clinics, home and bath and much more.
Because Fred Meyer Jewelers is one of the largest and fastest growing jewelers in America, your career path, which can take you where you want to go. Whether your interest is to be a Sales Professional in the Northeast, a Store Manager in the Midwest or a Regional Supervisor in the Sun Belt ... chances are Fred Meyer Jewelers is there with exciting career opportunities for you.
Fred Meyer Jewelers operates under the banners Fred Meyer Jewelers and Littman Jewelers.