Notice to all of our loyal customers
It’s with sadness that I announce that Rickey C. Tanno Jewelers will be closing our store at 925 Euclid Ave. in the Huntington Building on December 31, 2018. We want to thank all of our friends for the tremendous support you have given us here for seventy years! It’s truly been a pleasure being here and serving you!

But...I’m not going away! Although I might not be downtown anymore, I’m still available to serve our faithful customers. Our online catalogue and many of the services that you have come to rely on are still available. Please contact me with any questions or concerns that you may have. I can be reached at the same number as always,
(216) 621-2630, or at

Thank you again for your continued support. I look forward to hearing from you!

Terry Tanno





Welcome to Rickey C. Tanno Jewelers - Fine Jewelers Since 1929 a family owned and operated, full service, fine jewelry and gift store, as well as a complete design and repair shop. Located in the heart of Downtown Cleveland, we have been serving satisfied Cleveland families and businesses since 1929. We sell only the finest jewelry, crystal, writing instruments, watches and gifts, and our personal service is second to none. Our years of experience are what really count! You can call us anytime... for a suggestion about a gift, for an upcoming birthday, graduation, anniversary, or holiday.


...Rickey Tanno started in the jewelry business as an errand boy and floor sweeper in 1914 for a jeweler in The Lennox Building at East 9th Street and Euclid Avenue in downtown Cleveland, Ohio.  He learned the trade; he worked at the bench repairing and making custom jewelry for customers for the next fifteen years, and became a master craftsman.  At this point Rickey decided to go into business for himself.  Rickey C. Tanno Jewelers was started in 1929 at 1010 Euclid Avenue in downtown Cleveland.  This building was also known as the Swetland Building and his store was on the third floor.  He remained at this location until 1949, when he moved to a larger store in the Union Commerce Building at East Ninth and Euclid.  This was a newer building on the same spot that he began his jewelry career 35 years earlier.  This building was later re-named The Huntington Building, and is still the home of Rickey C. Tanno Jewelers today. 


...Rickey Tanno Sr. passed away in 1973.  His widow, Virginia, and two sons Rickey II, and Terry, are still running the business today serving second and third generations of satisfied families and businesses with the same personal service and professional knowledge of the jewelry business as Rickey Sr. did.

...For more information on our collection of jewelry, gifts & other special services we provide, please call us at 216.621.2630 or come visit us in our store for a variety of jewelry products that fit your needs! You may also email us at for any questions, comments or concerns.


14k White Gold and Diamond Saphire Ring
14k White Gold Drop Pearl Earrings
14k Yellow Gold and Diamond Ring
14k 2-Tone Diamond Pendent
14k Yellow Gold Necklace w/ Drusy Quartz and Diamonds
14k Yellow Gold and Multi-colored Diamond Pearl Ring
14k Yellow Gold Opal Ring
Mabe' Pearl and Diamond Ring
14k White Gold Diamond and Saphire Earrings
14k White Gold Onyx Earrings



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