Husar Difference


Husar’s Exclusive Designs

Quality comes first at Husar’s House of Fine Diamonds. In a collection of fine jewelry inspired by family traditions, 65 years of industry experience and a little bit of coffee, our exquisite jewelry is the definition of exclusive. If it is stamped with our name, it was wholeheartedly designed by Mary Husar Martin, and meticulously crafted and produced by Husar’s House of Fine Diamonds. Stones are hand-selected to match flawlessly, and every detail is thoroughly attended to for each design. The result? One-of-a-kind jewelry for a loved one, or for yourself, which will become a treasured family heirloom. Stop in to see one of the Midwest’s largest selections of wedding bands, as well as many one-of-a-kind engagement rings, in person! As the designer, Mary Husar Martin has created the majority of jewelry inside of the 15,000 square-foot store, ensuring quality and uniqueness for a variety of styles and budgets.


The Highest Possible Standards

Mike Husar travels to the diamond capitols of the world to hand select the most beautiful diamonds available. Only those that provide the best combination of cut, color and clarity are chosen. By buying directly from suppliers Husar’s House of Fine Diamonds eliminates “middleman expenses” — which lowers costs and allows us to pass the savings on to our loyal customers.


Diamond Education & Quality

1,000 square feet of Husar’s Fine Diamonds is designated for the privacy of our customers and diamond education. Diamond Presentation Rooms are equipped with gem-scopes, diamond grading equipment and lights that are optimized for the grading of diamonds. Our goal is to ensure that customer’s gain full understanding of the quality they are receiving for the lowest prices around.


Accreditation Makes the Difference

The trusted Husar name ensures that every item in our store has been personally chosen by a member of the Husar family. We’ve invested time and effort in studying the science of gemology. Since 1957, we’ve been members of the prestigious American Gem Society (AGS), and are committed to continued education, as well as annual recertification exams. Marvin was the second certified gemologist in Wisconsin and Husar’s House of Fine Diamonds has the distinction of being one of 24 jewelers in Wisconsin that has been awarded an AGS membership. This membership attests to our commitment to the highest possible standards of business ethics and professionalism in the jewelry industry, as well as our dedication to knowledge and consumer protection. Learn more about the American Gem Society Here.

An Accredited Gem Laboratory

AGS granted Husar’s House of Fine Diamonds a special designation, an Accredited Gem Laboratory. We were the first in Wisconsin to achieve the accreditation in 1957. As trained gemologists, we’ve invested in the most advanced equipment needed to effectively grade diamonds and evaluate gemstones right here in our store. We want our customers to know they are dealing with a professional jeweler that is willing to take the extra step, ensuring trust in each and every product. When you purchase from us, you’ll know that you’re buying high quality jewelry. Here is the strict list of parameters we follow to be awarded an American Gem Society Accredited Gem Lab:

  • A permanent designated laboratory space
  • Diamond scales that measure carat weight to 0.002 carat accuracy
  • Binocular microscope with at least 10X magnification
  • Leveridge gauge or millimeter gauge for measuring diamonds and color gemstones
  • Diamond grading light source for evaluating diamond color
  • Master Color Comparison diamonds for evaluating diamond color
  • Refractometer - testing of color gemstones
  • Polariscope - testing of color gemstones
  • Dichroscope - testing of color gemstones
  • Long wave and short wave UV light source - testing of diamonds and color gemstones
  • Specific gravity liquids or scale attachment - testing of color gemstones
  • A gemological reference library - source of information regarding the identification, evaluation and valuation of diamonds and color gemstones
  • A Certified Gemologist® or Certified Gemologist Appraiser American Gem Society® on staff to oversee the proper use of the equipment and library.


Ensuring Diamond Integrity

The Husar promise means that each Husar diamond is beautiful and rare, and also that it has been responsibly sourced. The Husar responsible sourcing standards apply throughout the entire journey of our diamonds, ensuring that each Husar diamond can be given and worn with pride. Responsibly sourced diamonds are diamonds that are free of conflict. These diamonds are mined, cut, polished and distributed in ethical ways. Husar’s House of Fine Diamonds only works with diamond cutters, and dealers, who guarantee their diamonds are conflict free, and traded under the Kimberley Process. The Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS) only allows certified shipments of diamond rough in efforts to prevent conflict diamonds from entering the authentic trade. The organization is able to ensure this because of the extensive requirements it puts on its members. Abiding by the rules and guidelines of the The Kimberly Process insures that Husar’s House of Fine Diamonds NEVER obtains diamonds from regions of the world where the funds allow governments to engage in human rights violations. Jewelry is an international business and we feel that our commitment to community extends far beyond the local area of West Bend.


Generations of Relationship-Based Business

Wisconsin’s best selection of jewelry is in our 15,000-square-foot store. Our loyal customers have shopped with us for generations and travel from miles away, including Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, and Chicago, because they feel confident about the quality of our jewelry and our service. You will, too.