About Us

Russacks JewellersRussack's Jewellers was established in 1930. Alfred Hermann Russack began his trade at Wendts in Adelaide on 2 April 1894. Ironically, Alfred worked in a shop next door to our current location. Alfred's son Keith and his wife Ruth took over the business in the mid 1940's. As time went by their three sons, Rodger, Lee and Mark also worked in the business. Being a third generation family business is a source of great pride for Russack's Jewellers.

In 2008, Mark and his wife Leanne became the proud owners of the business. Isn't it amazing to think that Russack's Jewellers still has family working in the shop?!

Russack's Jewellers go above and beyond to please and satisfy their customers requirements and deadlines. Mark can often be found working late into the night and throughout the weekend while the business is closed on serious restorations, and not just on precious family heirlooms either! Mark also restores trophies and shields, costume jewellery and even the odd handbag! Russack's Jewellers are specialists in jewellery, watch and clock repairs. Engraving services (by both hand and computer) are also available on-site.

Russack's Jewellers specialises in a wide range of quality jewellery including engagement and wedding rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, watches and clocks. We also stock Royal Albert China, Wedgwood Fine China, Burleigh Ware, Bohemia Crystal, jewellery boxes, baby and christening gifts, crystal-ware, leather products and silverware.

We like to think our speciality is good friendly service and being in a small country town we know many of our customers personally, as we associate with them socially as well as business-wise.

Russack's Jewellers welcome all comers to our store, not just the locals, so if you're ever passing through our part of South Australia, please call in. You'll find out what customer service really means!

We are located in Kadina, South Australia and welcome customers from The Copper Coast and the Yorke Peninsula. Kadina is a town of approximately 4,000 people with a further 2,500 people in Wallaroo, 10 kilometers away, and a further 2,500 people at Moonta, 15 kilometers away.