The oldest jewelry store in Collegeville, Pennsylvania. Sabre’s built their business mainly through referrals from satisfied customers, who bring in friends and family, including children and grandchildren. “Our family wants to be your family’s jeweler,” is the Sabre’s motto. As of the 2017 Michelle is back! Michelle was raised in the family business and has been a leading jeweler serving the Collegeville and Trappe area for over 30 years. Under her ownership and direction we welcome you to see Sabre’s fresh look and new merchandise coming throughout the year.
James McKale, gemologist, Stacy Challenger, jewelry sales consultant and Mark Haywood, jewelry mechanic, round out the friendly and knowledgeable Sabre staff. The Sabre “family” is dedicated to 100 percent customer satisfaction. Sabre’s offers a wide range of fine jewelry, the largest collection of estate jewelry on the East Coast, featuring many unique pieces and a huge selection of gift items. Sabre’s also offers on-site repairs and appraisals.
“We have thousands of gift items for all ages and budgets,” said James McKale, “including over 1,000 baby gifts and collectables.” McKale said that Sabre’s has very competitive pricing on custom work and ready-made pieces. Sabre’s also accepts trade-ins and pays top cash for gold, silver, diamonds, coins, and antique and estate jewelry.
Sabre’s has more than 2,000 diamond engagement rings and wedding bands starting at $150. They have over 1,000 diamonds of all shapes and sizes in stock, some as low as 20 percent below jewelers’ cost. They can beat all internet and factory outlet prices.
Sabre’s showroom features more than 5,000 pieces of antique and estate rings, bracelets, necklaces, pendants, pins, watches, cameos, and earrings. They also carry over 1,000 pieces of men’s jewelry, rings, bracelets, tie tacks, cuff links, money clips, and tie bars.
Sabre’s Fine Jewelry offers gift-wrapping at no additional charge. For your convenience, Sabre’s offers a 90-day store layaway with no interest. For additional information, please call 610-489-2200 or visit Sabre’s showroom at 416 East Main Street in Collegeville.
Michelle Sabre Moscariello
As of 2017 Michelle is back! A leading jeweler serving the Collegeville and Trappe area for over 30 years. A graduate of Methacton High School she attended the former St. Eleanor’s School which is the same building that is now Sabre’s Fine Jewelry. Michelle was raised in the family business where she gained a vast knowledge of diamonds, the latest designs, and jewelry repair. By the age of 18 she operated the day to day operations of Sabre’s until 2006. At which time Michelle ventured out to offer her own personal touch of creativity with her husband Sal and started Michelle’s Jewelry Studio located in Collegeville-Trappe, PA which she successfully continues to operate as well. She has a passion for jewelry and strives to make every sale a positive and memorable experience.
James has perfected his expertise in the field of gemology and jewelry design for more than 35 years. He has successfully managed fine jewelry stores and departments in various locations across the country, His skills in fine jewelry sales, custom designs, purchasing, diamond and fine gemstone grading and appraisals result in total customer satisfaction. James is well-known in the Collegeville area for creating custom pieces designed specifically to customers’ requests. James was educated at the Gemological Institute of America in New York, NY, with a specialization in diamond grading and evaluation, as well as fine gemstone identification and grading. He lives with his wife Lisa in Royersford, PA.
Stacy has been with the Sabre family for over 10 years. Her jewelry background came from the Caribbean where she was trained and worked for 10 years. Being at Sabre’s makes her feel like part of the family and all the customers as well. She strives to make our family your family’s jeweler.
Mark began his jewelry career in 1977. He worked as an apprentice for 3 years then became an accomplished jewelry mechanic. He expanded his career in cutting gemstones. He followed James McKale to Sabre’s in 2007. Since joining the Sabre’s family Mark has continued with his expertise preforming the jewelry repairs and diamond settings.
Michelle’s mother and original owner of Sabre’s. Though retired still very active. On some days you’ll still see Carmella in the store assisting customers, staff or Michelle providing a hand with anything that she can help with.