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Profile | Angel Jewelers

Profile | Angel Jewelers
Liliana Andriani owner Angel Jewelers

Liliana Andriani owner Angel Jewelers

Angel Jewelers has recently relocated to 8976 Foothill Blvd., Suite B2, in the city of Rancho Cucamonga, Ca. 91730. The move provides an even more welcoming environment for both loyal and prospective customers. Founded in 1989, the Angel Jewelers family has served the Inland Empire featuring the finest exquisite handcrafted jewelry with a high regard for customer service tailored to our customers’ needs. We are proud to exclusively feature pieces of well-known designers such as Kabana, Belle Etoile, Namdar & Son, Tamas Arato, and D&A.

Owner Liliana Andriani was born and raised in Cali, Colombia. She came to the United States in 1986. Her studies in higher education were focused on Business Administration but her passion for jewelry has driven her to cultivate her trade knowledge beyond administrative concerns. “I am honored to be a part of selecting, renewing or redesigning a new, one-of-a-kind piece marking a special moment or representing a special person in my client’s life. Every piece of jewelry tells our own life story” says Liliana regarding her feelings for jewelry and the role jewelry plays in a person’s life. She has completed studies in colored gemstones, diamonds, pearls, and metals. She monitors the trends and innovations of the industry by continuously participating in seminars, maintaining membership in various trade organizations and attending jewelry shows.

The Angel Jewelers team actively participates in a number of organizations that offer support to those in need in our local communities. Some of which are:

Chaffey College Food Pantry in Rancho Cucamonga.
Growing Pains, a program for pregnant teens, in Upland.
Cross Roads in Claremont, a program that helps women who have been incarcerated to become self-sufficient.
Soroptimist International of Baldy View (Rancho Cucamonga chapter) an international women’s organization that aims to improve the lives of women and girls by supporting them getting access to education, as this is the most effective path to self-determination.