Joe Koen & Son Jewelers

611 Congress Ave.

In business since 1883, Joe Koen & Son Jewelers has been a part of locals’ love stories for many generations. Whether you’re looking to restore an antique heirloom to its former glory or customize the perfect piece for someone you love, jeweler Bill Koen will guide you through your purchase with knowledge and professionalism at this long standing family establishment.

Kelsey Leigh Fine Jewelry & Gifts

1515 West 35th St.

Owner Kelsey Leigh opened her Kerbey Lane Village shop to provide amazing pieces at fair prices, starting with stunning jewelry and later expanding into home decor, children’s treasures and wedding gifts. After developing an interest in precious stones, Kelsey Leigh enrolled in The Graduate Gemologist program at The Gemological Institute of America. Today, she helps clients customize stunning engagement rings or choose beautiful baubles from her pre-designed collection.

Korman Fine Jewelry

5011 Burnet Rd., Unit 100

Celebrating 50 years in business in 2023, Korman Fine Jewelry is a wonderful independent jeweler located on Burnet Road. The shop boasts three master jewelers and watchmakers onsite, making it a premier destination for servicing family treasures or discovering a new ornament to wear.

Kendra Scott

1701 South Congress Ave.

Kendra Scott’s eponymous jewelry line has gone from a local favorite to a globally-renowned brand in just 21 years. Known for their signature vibrant gemstones, the company priorities color, shape, material and value. With new collections and collaborations frequently launching, there’s always something fresh and exciting to gift or enjoy for yourself. Plus, Kendra Scott always donates a portion of their annual proceeds to empower women and children.

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Nak Armstrong Fine Jewelry

1011 South Congress Ave., Unit 110

Nak Armstrong launched his label in 2011, and the brand was soon picked up by retailers such as Bergdorf Goodman and Barney’s New York. The jeweler later opened his flagship store on South Congress, an elegant, Milan-inspired space. Armstrong has garnered several accolades over the years, including the CFDA Award for Emerging Talent in Accessory Design, for his innovative and luxurious collections.

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Amanda Deer Jewelry

501 N IH-35 Service Rd., Unit 115

Amanda Deer’s specialty is simple, yet stunning jewelry made for everyday wear — what more could you ask for? We particularly love their tennis necklaces, earrings and bracelets, which feature brilliant cut crystals and gold and silver accents and add the perfect amount of shine to any ensemble. This woman-owned and woman-run operation gives customers the opportunity to wear stylish jewels at affordable prices.

Franzetti Jewelers

3707 Kerbey Ln.

Everyone’s family at Franzetti Jewelers, where clients are welcomed into a comfortable space full of diamonds, jewels and collectibles. Founder Monte Franzetti, a fourth-generation Austinite, and his wife, Cathy, opened the store in 1987, and were eventually joined in business by their sons. Visit Franzetti Jewelers to find an array of wedding bands for men and women, as well as necklaces, earrings and bracelets to add to your jewelry box.

Eliza Page

229 West 2nd St.

For nearly 20 years, Eliza Page has focused on high-quality and smart sustainability in the creation of their fine jewelry offerings. The brand’s namesake Signature Collection features top-notch engagement rings, colorful studs and diamond necklaces, among other gorgeous pieces. The Eliza Page team utilizes conflict-free diamonds, Montana sapphires and Panjshir Valley emeralds, all ethically-sourced and gorgeous materials, to bring shine and vibrancy to their jewelry.

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L Majors Jewelers

2727 Exposition Blvd. Unit 110

First established in 1897 in Sweetwater, TX, L Majors is a fifth-generation family affair that has earned a trustworthy reputation for high-quality watches and jewelry. The store is Austin’s exclusive dealer of watch brands Bell & Ross, IWC Schaffhausen, NOMOS Glashütte and Glashütte Original, making it an ideal stop for those on the hunt for distinguished wristwear.

Calvin’s Fine Jewelry

3818 Far West Blvd.

Calvin’s is all about romance as the store hones in on crafting custom engagement rings and wedding bands from natural and lab-grown diamonds. Calvin Smith III opened the store in 1997, and soon welcomed his sister and wife to the Calvin’s Fine Jewelry team, which consistently produces fantastic pieces that will preserve memories for a lifetime.

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Nina Berenato Jewelry

3200 Palm Way

What do Beyoncé, Angelina Jolie, Billie Eilish and Janet Jackson have in common? They’ve all worn Nina Berenato Jewelry! Founder Nina Berenato launched her brand in a 1959 Airstream Bambi travel trailer before opening her flagship store in the Domain NORTHSIDE. All items are cast from recycled metals and are completed in the brick-and-mortar store. With distinct shapes and inspired designs, this all-female team is on a mission to make women feel capable and confident.

M. Robinson Fine Jewelers

3464 RM-620, Bee Cave

With a selection of brands like Gucci, Tacori and Hearts on Fire, M. Robinson specializes in luxury jewelry. Their flagship Bee Cave locale is larger than life and full of magnificent gems. And beyond their high-end products, the revered team at M. Robinson offers resizing, engraving, appraisals, repairs and more to their customers.

Love Weld

1007 South Congress Ave., Unit 120

Permanent jewelry is all the rage these days, and Love Weld is definitely leading the way on the trend! In 2020, founder Sarah Sides started Love Weld after drawing inspiration from her travels to Paris and New York, where jewelry shops often offered clasp-free jewelry. Now, the brand boasts 10 locations across the country, including two right here in Austin. Choose a bracelet, anklet, ring or necklace, add your favorite charms and enjoy your welded bling.

Limbo Jewelry

1708 South Congress Ave.

Husband-and-wife duo Edson Enriquez and Anne Rutt-Enriquez create durable and classic styles with great attention to detail. Evolving from a pop-up shop to a South Congress storefront over the last 20 years, Limbo Jewelry carries elevated basics for the jewelry lover, and many are available for less than $100. Our favorites include the Colab Tri Earrings and the Ferro 2.0 Lariat Necklace, both perfect accessories to add modern elegance to a casual look.

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Zoltan David

12901 Hill Country Blvd., Unit D1-120, Bee Cave

Drive out to the Hill Country to take in the beauty of the Zoltan David shop, an intimate space that holds imaginative and gorgeous pieces. The talented jeweler and his wife are both goldsmiths, and Zoltan David himself is always in the studio to consult with potential customers. From exotic metals to remarkable bridal offerings, Zoltan David has you covered for creative and precious adornments.

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Hearth & Soul

2727 Exposition Blvd.

This expansive Tarrytown shop is home to much more than jewelry, but their collection of bling is not to be missed, as it ranges from delicate earrings to classy watches. Thanks to brands like Laura Elizabeth Jewelry and Chan Lu, Hearth & Soul is an exceptional place to find a bright and shiny gift for someone you love.

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Alador Jewelry

By appointment only

Each piece is more beautiful than the next at Alador Jewelry, a sustainability-focused jewelry company in Austin. The Alador team restores pre-worn jewelry found at estate sales, pawn shops and other retailers to make pieces that are interesting, alluring and — best of all — affordable. Founder Catherine Sinkule worked in the jewelry industry for more than a decade before launching Alador, bringing deep knowledge and exceptional taste to her new business.