David and Gale Kempf established Kempf's Jewelers in Brevard County in June, 1971. Kempf's is located in the beachside community of Indialantic on Florida's East Coast, approximately one hour east of Orlando.
Kempf's team of award-winning designers and master goldsmiths manufacture a collection of fine jewelry in 14K gold, 18K gold and platinum. Many of their original designs feature the finest quality diamonds and rare colored gems from around the world.
Whether it be a new creation, a remounting of your precious gems, or a repair, Kempf's quality is unsurpassed.
David & Gale Kempf
David began his fine jewelry career in 1961 with a 7-year apprenticeship program under award-winning French designer and manufacturer, Michel Dravigny. David is a master goldsmith working in 14K gold, 18K gold, and platinum. David specializes in hand fabrication as well as executing original designs manufactured at Kempf's. David was selected from master goldsmiths across the United States to manufacture a design that resides in the American Gemstone Collection at the Smithsonian Institute.
Gale began her fascination with fine jewelry design and rare gemstones in 1969. She attended the Gemological Institute of Technology and graduated with degrees in gemology and design. She's also a certified gemologist appraiser. Her dedication to original designs has her traveling extensively to personally select the rarest colored and exquisitely cut precious gemstones to create with throughout the year.
Jason has been with Kempf's since 1987. After graduating from UCF with a 4.0 average Jason spent two years finishing up his gemological studies at the GIA World Headquarters in Carlsbad, CA. In addition to his B.A., Jason holds degrees in Gemology, and Jewelry Manufacturing Arts. Jason applies his creativity to original design work as well as the actual fabricating of the pieces in gold and platinum. Jason also enjoys handling the digital imaging necessary for Kempf's advertising and web presence.
Corrine has been an important member of Kempf's since 2008. She is a Diamond Graduate and holds an Accredited Jewelry Professional (AJP) title by completing the required courses through the Gemological Institute of America (GIA). Corrine is continuing her studies with GIA.