Jewelers in Boise, ID

Comprehensive list of Boise, Idaho based stores, retailers, manufacturers and suppliers of fine gold & silver jewelry, diamonds, handcrafted engagement & wedding rings and watches.

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At Steve Rambo Fine Jewelry our philosophy is simple: Find something to love. We apply these simple words to our life and work. First, we sell fine jewelry we love. Second, we make sure our customers love the jewelry they wear. Our clients write about their own recent engagements.

Mixed Greens is a tiny firm committed to delivering a mix of quality handcrafted items. Born out of a handful of random skills, interests, and wayward paths, Mixed Greens strives to provide a little something for everyone. One unique aspect of Mixed Greens jewelry includes the use of Oregon Sunstone, a rare and pretty gemstone you can learn more about below.

Steven Dexter and Marc Goodwin create and design unique, one-of-a-kind products using vintage jewelry as the inspiration. The journey began in taking vintage pieces and redesigning them to bring a more contemporary flavor to earrings. As their passion for this has grown, the product line has grown from earrings to a huge array of products.

See News page for latest award! Jenny Byrne, Zealandia's creator, was born in New Zealand and has woven her initial love of the natural materials found on the beaches and rivers of the world, and a fascination with spiritual and mythological art, into an unusual line of silver, gold and fossilized ivory jewelry.

R. Grey Company showcases art jewelry, fine wood boxes, art glass and work by over one hundred artists. Come meet local glass artist Lisa Tate and view over 30 new pieces of glass inspired by plants native to Idaho. A portion of each sale of Lisa's pieces will benefit the Idaho Botanical Gardens.

Jake Molenaar established Molenaar Jewelers in 1941, making it the longest standing jewelry store in Boise. Mr. Molenaar was both ambitious and generous. As he expanded into several other locations, he gave various individuals who worked for him as well as his three daughters the possibility to own their own stores.