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About Stadler’s Jewelry

Irmgard & Richard Stadler



In the Beginning the family business started in 1958 by German immigrants, Irmgard and Richard Stadler.




(First Generation: Richard & Irmgard Stadler)

Stadler's Jewelry West 58th St


The young couple invested only $100.00 to open the small vacant store space below their apartment at West 58th and Detroit Ave in Cleveland. By day, Richard worked at Cleveland Twist Drill Company, while Irmgard watched the store.




(Founding Location at West 58th & Detroit Ave)

(From Left: Richard, Nick & Henry Stadler)


Word of mouth slowly spread about the small jewelry and watch repair shop. For the next 10 years, Richard worked in the factory and then came home in the evening to eat dinner and do jewelry work throughout the night.



(From Left: Richard, Nick & Henry Stadler)

Stadler's Jewelry Final Location

Stadler’s Jewelry Final Location


Slowly the family business started to become a viable business that could support itself, but not without many set backs. The business experienced robberies that devastated the family. Broken windows and doors from thieves and armed robbers made having a jewelry business in Cleveland extremely dangerous. After a robbery that left Irmgard injured and the family dog shot, Stadler’s Jewelry moved to Rocky River.





Stadler's Jewelry Sign and Logo

Stadler’s Jewelry Sign and Logo

It had always been the couple’s vision to own a truly unique jewelry store, so annual purchasing trips across continents began. Making extremely important contacts with exclusive designers from international jewelry shows helped bring outstanding designs to Stadler’s Jewelry. As a Part of their annual buying trips, the Stadler’s visited Basel, Switzerland and Antwerp, Belgium. Diamonds were selected directly from the manufactures, cutters and polishers allowing the couple to purchase factory direct.





[One of] Stadler's Hand Selection Process


Nick and his brother Henry have followed in their parents’ footsteps and continue to run the jewelry business. Nick continues the European trips to purchase diamonds, gemstones and watch specialist just as his parents did. Henry stays in the U.S. and purchases from designers and manufacturers. Henry’s travels take him to a jewelry show each year in Las Vegas, where he selects designer engagement rings that are handmade in New York, Los Angeles and throughout the country.



(One of Stadler’s Jewelry’s Hand Selection Process)

Stadler's Jewelry Window Store Front

Stadler’s Jewelry Window Store Front



Since 1958, Stadler’s Jewelry has accomplished what every independent business struggles to achieve – growth from hard honest work through dedication and sacrifice.