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Although it is located deep in the Southern Bible Belt, an area not especially known for its cutting-edge fashion, there is a lot more to Tennessee jewelry shopping than bland mall chain stores and Target jewelry counters. In fact, in cities from Memphis to Knoxville, local Tennessee jewelers and artisans are getting back to their local roots with handmade treasures made with traditional techniques like silversmithing. Finding one of these local hidden treasures can take a bit of searching, as they aren’t located in the easy-to-find strip malls, but the search will be completely worthwhile when you find that perfect piece of Tennessee jewelry.
In Memphis itself, there are a number of locally-owned boutiques selling the handicrafts of Tennessee jewelers and artisans. The National Ornamental Metal Museum, or NOMM, as its fans call it, is a tucked-away metalworking shop with unique jewelry, home decor, and art items. You can find an incredible silver candlestick, a pair of distressed brass earrings, and even an abstract steel sculpture, all for surprisingly reasonable prices. If you are looking for more fun, affordable costume jewelry that still has local flair, visit Jun Lee, a Memphis boutique that is literally crammed with trendy costume jewelry and unique accessories. Many of Memphis’ best-dressed confess that they get their expensive-looking jewelry, hair accessories and handbags at Jun Lee’s—and you can too!
Tennessee women love shopping almost as much as they enjoy getting together with friends for an evening of food, drink and friends. Only Karlee Hickman’s Stella and Dot parties combine these two loves into one. Hickman, an independent stylist, brings a selection of Stella and Dot jewelry to your party, where your friends can nosh, drink, gossip, and of course, try on the latest gorgeous pieces from the renowned jewelry collection. It’s a great way to get together with your girls and refresh your wardrobe—all without leaving the house. But if you are looking for more serious fine jewelry, like engagement rings and wedding bands, Memphis still has a locally-owned-and-operated solution. And that solution is Mednikow Jewelers, a winner of the Memphis Flyer’s Best of Memphis Award and a traditional fine jewelry shop that has been around for more than 100 years. Besides for the acclaimed in-house collection, Mednikow carries watches and jewelry items by internationally acclaimed jewelers like Cartier.
But Mednikow is by no means the only locally-owned fine jeweler in town. Las Savell Jewelers is known for offering the high quality jewelry of the big city with the personalized attention of the small-town store. Plus with an expert custom design department and a deep inventory of loose diamonds, Las Savell is the perfect place to make your custom Tennessee engagement ring dream come true!
And if you must go to a shopping mall, at least make it Oak Court Mall, an unusually beautiful landscaped mall that has been inducted into the “Memphis’ Most Beautiful Businesses” Hall of Fame. Whether you come for the incredible marble architecture or to get a latte at Tennessee’s very first Starbucks location, your jewelry needs will be met by all the traditional mall chain stores, like Zales, Kay Jewelers, and Global Jewelers.