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             About Steve Pronko Jewelers

Steve Pronko Jewelers in Dickson City is a full service jewelry store. Discover the finest selection of diamond jewelry, engagement rings, watches and gifts near Scranton, PA.

We carry extensive collections from the best jewelry designers including Gabriel & Co., Anna Beck, Phillip Gavriel, Allison Kaufman and Tissot to name a few. We offer in house custom design services available for designing custom engagement rings, wedding bands and heirloom pieces. We have a full service jewelry shop on the premises dedicated to jewelry repair.

The Poconos and surrounding areas have kept Steve Pronko Jewelers in business for almost 100 years. We strive to provide superior customer service to every single person that walks into our store. Our store is a family-owned local business where service and quality are our top priority.

             Steve Pronko Jewelers Today

After studying finance at the University of Scranton and working at Vanguard Mutual Funds, Steve’s grandson, Nick Pronko, returned to the store full-time in 2005. Nick initially returned to help run the business because his mother had taken ill and he knew the store was very important to her. Once he was back in the jewelry store, Nick realized how much he loved it and he has never looked back. He took over the business in 2014.

Nick has brought a new level of excellence while keeping the friendliness and dedication that make this family-owned jewelry store so special. Nick Pronko is a Graduate Gemologist from the Gemological Institute of America and an American Gem Society Certified Gemologist Appraiser. Staff continuing education with the Gemological Institute of America and the American Gem Society are a focus here. Every single team member at Steve Pronko’s is a talented and trained professional. The customers of Northeast, PA get nothing but the best.

              A Long Family Tradition

Steve Pronko started his jewelry business as a watchmaker in the back of his brother’s pharmacy. Steve worked to save enough money to eventually open his own store. In order to make ends meet during The Great Depression, Steve also sold electronics and appliances. However, Steve's first love was always jewelry and after WWII, the need for engagement rings and wedding bands allowed him to specialize in fine jewelry.

All four of Steve’s children worked in the store while they were growing up but for many years it looked like none would take over the business. His son, Dave Pronko eventually took on the challenge in 1973. Following in Steve’s footsteps wasn’t easy, but Dave brought new ideas into the store and Steve Pronko Jewelers continued to thrive and grow.