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Montana Gem

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637 North 9th Street, Ste 140
Columbus, MT 59019



Montana Gem Specializes In Montana Found 'Yogo Sapphires' And Features Many Jewelry And Gift Items With Other Montana Found Stones As Well. We Also Carry A Wide Variety Of Colored Gemstones And Unusual Stones And Materials Found In All Parts Of The World. Randy Gneiting, Owner Of Montana Gem, Is A GIA Certified Gemologist And Stone Faceter While His Wife Katie Plays An Integral Part In Custom Jewelry Designs. We Offer All Types Of Jewelry Repair Whether It Is Ring Sizing Or Sourcing A Replacement Stone. Our Staff Is Very Knowledgeable And Willing To Assist Customers With Any Questions Or Jewelry Related Problems. In Addition To Jewelry And Gift Items, Rock Hounds Will Find A Wide Assortment Of Specimens On Display, With Many Being Available For Purchase. Come See Our Beautiful 'amethyst Cathedral' All The Way From Brazil Or View Petrified Pinecones Over 215 Million Years Old. Whether You Are Looking To Purchase That Special Occasion Jewelry Item, Or Just Love To Browse You Are Always Welcome. We Feel Confident You Will Enjoy Your Time In Our Friendly Shop.


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At Harrison Avenue Interchange, Turn Right On Harrison And Proceed To Utah Avenue. Take A Right On Utah Avenue. Continue For Six Blocks To The Corner Of Utah And Aluminum. We're On The Left Hand Side Of The Street.

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