Los Alamitos Jewelry
The Best Jeweler in Los Alamitos, CA.
Integrity Jewelers is Los Alamitos Orange County’s best Jewelry provider. Our service is unique and specialized in that we can not only customize any piece of jewelry you may have, we can also create custom designed jewelry pieces for any occasion. Our primary goal is to give our clients the finest jewelry at a sensible costs. We provide a wide assortment of fine gems, including custom wedding bands, beautiful gemstones, precious stone pendants and studs, and specially crafted pieces dressed in platinum and gold.
We always strive to give our clients the best quality at the most reasonable costs. We area able to provide an extensive selection of both precious stones and gemstones as well as many beautiful completed pieces. Regardless of whether you are searching for a solitary precious stone, solitaire jewel stud hoops, a tennis bracelet, or a custom piece to be designed, no company of any size can match our combination of quality and cost!
Integrity Jewelers has been servicing our customers for over 20 years! and as such is able to leverage decades of experience and industry contacts throughout the world. We will even come to you! Just call us and lets get your design going today!
Los Alamitos (“The Little Cottonwoods” in Spanish) is a city in Orange County, California. The city was incorporated in March 1960. The population was 11,449 at the 2010 census, down from 11,536 at the 2000 census. It is often mistakenly thought[who?] to include the adjacent but unincorporated community of Rossmoor (population just under 11,000), which uses Los Alamitos as its mailing address. Although bearing the city’s name, the Los Alamitos Race Course actually lies in the neighboring city of Cypress.
The ambitious sugar-beet processor of today would be hard pressed to set up shop in Los Alamitos. Zoning laws keep out heavy manufacturing or industry because nearly all the city land is developed. The Armed Forces Reserve Center takes up 48 percent of the city’s 4.3 square miles (11.1 km2). The rest of the city is a snug fitting mix of homes, apartments, businesses and open space.
The small city has been the hometown for a number of noted athletes including baseball Hall of Famer Bob Lemon(although he spent more time in Long Beach), and Olympic gymnast Cathy Rigby. The Los Alamitos youth baseball leagues, which began in 1958 as the Rossmoor Little League and, after moving its fields to the Navy base, eventually changed its name to Los Alamitos Youth baseball – LAYB) has been home to many future major leaguers including Andy Messersmith, who challenged baseball’s reserve clause and helped established free agency in professional sports . At one point in the late 1980s, six former league players were playing baseball in the major leagues—Robb Nen, J. T. Snow, Greg Harris, Dennis Lamp, Greg Pirkl, and Mike Kelly. The area is also home to record holding long distance swimmer Lynne Cox. It was also home to California Supreme Court Chief Justice Malcolm M. Lucas while he served on the Court, and to award-winning mystery writer Jan Burke.