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Valley Fair - (408) 247-1767

Mon-Sat 10:00am - 8:00pm

Sun 11:00am - 6:30pm


Walnut Creek - (925) 935-0940

Mon-Sat 10:00am - 5:30pm

Sun 12:15pm - 4:30pm



Looking for a top-rated jeweler in Lafayette, California? While our jewelry store isn’t technically in Lafayette, California, we’re not far! Here are convenient driving directions from Lafayette to our Walnut Creek jewelry store. We have many visitors looking for an Lafayette jewelry store, who quickly realize it’s worth the drive to Davidson & Licht Jewelers, for the best engagement ring designs, beautiful wedding bands, top designer jewelry brands, Swiss watches in custom designed boutiques, on-site jewelry repair, and authorized Rolex and Breitling watch repair.

Driving Directions to Our Jewelry Store from Lafayette

  • Get onto Highway CA-24 East
  • Use the 2nd from the right lane to take exit 15A for I-680 S toward San Jose/Mt Diablo Blvd
  • Keep left to continue on Exit 14, follow signs for Mount Diablo Boulevard
  • Continue onto Mt Diablo Blvd
  • Turn left onto N Main St
  • Davidson & Licht will be on the left

Map from Lafayette, California, to Davidson & Licht Jewelers

Lafayette Jewelry Store

Lafayette Historical Factoid

Until World War II, Lafayette continued to serve as a commercial center for the neighboring farmers and the new folk who were beginning to appreciate the country life just over the hills from the bustle of Oakland and San Francisco. Roads were improved, land development increased and the stage set for the booming post war influx that would create one of the most popular suburban towns in Contra Costa County. Before 1915 a cornfield grew just below Mt. Diablo Boulevard along Moraga Road, today the location of La Fiesta Shopping Center. In 1910 “downtown” Lafayette surrounded the triangle of land which the town’s founder, Elam Brown, had given to the citizens as a public plaza on November 19, 1864. Around the Plaza from the left are the Geils Building, the Pioneer Store, Lafayette Meat Market, Lafayette Hotel and Peter Thomson’s blacksmith shop. Source: http://lafayettehistory.org/town-history/pictorial-history/the-town/.

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