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How Chicago's own Torres Omar Jewelers created the Fire and Ice Chain

Check out this short featurette showing the process behind creating the Fire and Ice Chain for the Chicago Fire.

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Logan Square jeweler favored among celebs, athletes takes business to new heights.

Family-owned store Torres Omar Jewelers has been in business for more than 40 years and recently launched its own line of jewelry.


It’s no secret that Chicago’s small businesses faced a number of hurdles during . . . .

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Around Town checks out Torres Omar Jewelers.


Your Logan Square Family Jeweler Since 1980

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Diamonds Are Forever:
Torres-Omar is Chicago's Go-To Jeweler.

Torres-Omar Jewelers is a 3rd generation family-owned and operated establishment since 1980, located just steps away from the Logan Square blue line station . . .

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Joey Torres Talks The Legacy of Torres Omar Jewelers.

Earliest memory of jewelry was definitely the family parties. As Latinos, we like to celebrate everything – whether that’s Communions, Baptisms, Birthdays, etc. My whole family was into jewelry and my uncles each had their own store. They would always flash out when it came to the family parties. The chains, the rings, the bracelets, everything . . .

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Meet Norma, Cynthia Elisa, Crystal, Joe, Jose Torres Jr. of Torres Omar Jewelers in Logan Square.

Over the years, Torres Omar Jewelers have been very dedicated to giving back to the community through numerous sponsorships and volunteer work. Owners and family of Torres Omar Jewelers have even been recognized by State Representatives for their contributions to the community . . .

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MThe Weeknd Shops At This Logan Square Jeweler, So Do More Celebs And Locals

When some of the biggest music stars in the world shop for bling in Chicago, they don't head to Jewelers Row or Michigan Avenue.

Rather, they head to family-owned Torres Omar Jewelry, which is celebrating its 37th year in business on the North Side, including the last 23 years in Logan Square . . .