George and Corey Kaufmann bring to the jewelry industry a rare combination of quality work with unbeatable customer service. Kaufmann Jewelers offers an upscale shopping experience offering high-end, custom pieces, while preserving their handshake generation, family-business mentality. After three generations of creating, buying, and selling jewelry in the DC area, the two are proud owners of the Park Potomac business. No matter what the project, repair or inquiry is, Kaufmann Jewelers strives to build life long clients.
Best of Bethesda 2017 : Best New Store + Best Place to Buy an Engagement Ring
Best of Bethesda 2018 : Best Place to Buy an Engagement Ring
George was born and raised in Chevy Chase, Maryland by his parents, Herbert and Rose Kaufmann, both Holocaust survivors, George has over 40 years in the jewelry business, dating back to working for his father at the original Kaufmann Jewelers in his teenage years in the 1960's. George began to goldsmith in his 20's and soon went into a partnership to create what was then Kaufmann Naranjo Jewelers. After 30+ years with jewelery stores in the District of Columbia, and with 3 children and 3 grandchildren, George decided it was time to get out of the city and soon ventured into a new business partnership with childhood friend, Robert Rosin. Together the two started Robert Bernard Jewelers in Potomac, Maryland and had 10+ years of success. Today, George is proud to be back into the family business running Kaufmann Jewelers with his son, Corey. George lives in Potomac with his wife, Deanna, and their great piernese rescue dog, Hank.
Corey was born and raised in Potomac, Maryland and studied at Salisbury University. Corey graduated with a major in Communications and a minor in Marketing Management. After graduating, Corey returned home to begin his career in the jewelry industry. Corey began working at Robert Bernard Jewelers during the store's final years of business learning to goldsmith from his father, Geroge. While opening their new business, Kaufmann Jewelers, Corey continued his education in gems and diamonds with the Gemology Institute of America (GIA) to ultimately receive the most prestigious degree in the jewelry trade - he became a graduate gemologist in 2018. Corey lives in Potomac with his wife Maddie, their daughter Rosie and their dog, Moo.