A Brief History of

Geraci Fine Jewelry

Geraci Fine Jewelry has been creating custom jewelry for Cincinnati families since 1982. Joe Geraci founded Geraci Fine Jewelry as a young man of nineteen. He had been helping out at the Southern Ohio Gold & Silver Exchange, which he purchased and renamed Geraci Fine Jewelry. In the early years, Joe promoted the business through home parties. Word of the extraordinary quality and pricing Joe Geraci was providing spread, and Joe quickly recognized he would need to open a store.

In 1985 the first store, totaling 300 square feet, was opened. Before the year was out, Geraci Fine Jewelry had outgrown the location, and in 1987 the business was expanded to a new location with 500 square feet. Geraci Fine Jewelry has always been blessed with loyal customers. With an established reputation, in 1989 Geraci Fine Jewelry moved into a 3000 square foot store.


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9212 Colerain Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45251

Supporting Cincinnati

Cincinnati is home. Over the years, Geraci Fine Jewelry has supported many local organizations that make Cincinnati an outstanding place to live, work, and raise a family. Below are just a few of the organizations that have benefited from contributions and support from Geraci Fine Jewelry:

  • Alois Alzheimer Center

  • American Heart Association

  • Animal Friends Human Society

  • Building Blocks For Kids

  • Church of Assumption

  • Cincinnati Children's Hospital

  • Cincinnati Freestore Foodbank

  • Cincinnati State University

  • Colerain Chamber of Commerce

  • Colerain High School

  • College of Mount St. Joseph

  • Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky

  • Harrison High School

  • Hospice of Cincinnati

  • John Paul II Catholic Church

  • Juvenile Diabetes Foundation

  • LaSalle High School

  • Lakota West High School

  • Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly

  • Little Flower Church

  • McAuley High School

  • Miami Valley Christian Academy

  • Moeller High School

  • Mother of Mercy

  • Mt. Healthy Christian Services

  • Muscular Dystrophy

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Norwood Women's Club

  • Norwood High School

  • One Way Farm

  • Parent Project for Hope

  • Roger Bacon High School

  • Saint James Parish

  • Salvation Army Toy Shop

  • St. Bernards

  • St. Ignatius of Loyola

  • St. John

  • St. John the Baptist

  • St. Margaret Mary

  • St. Rita Festival

  • Steinford Toy Foundation

  • Stepping Stones Center

  • Tender Mercies

  • The Cure Starts Now

  • Women Helping Women

  • Xavier University Scholarship

  • Young Life

  • Youth Encouragement Services

And Many More!