The unique culture of Seattle is reflected in the custom jewelry designers in the area. Whether looking for the perfect engagement ring or pendent to reflect personality, there is a local jeweler who can create the masterpiece. Many local jewelers look for environmentally friendly ways to create these small tokens of personal expression, while maintaining the amazing artistic expression of the client in the jewelry piece. Jewelry can last forever.
Everling
2106 E. Union St.
Seattle, WA 98122
(206) 370-9545
www.everlingjewelry.comEverling is located between Capitol Hill and Lake Washington. The name Everling is a portion of the word everlasting, and the owner believes that jewelry is everlasting. The company specializes in custom designs, working with clients from the beginning sketches, 3D computer printed model, and the final piece. The client is involved through-out the process. The company works with sustainable practices, including the use of recycled metals and stones, working with environmentally responsible vendors, and opting for environment friendly jewelry making processes. All jewelry pieces offered through the company are one-of-a-kind and Seattle made.

Ma Mo Jewelry Design
6317 Roosevelt Way N. E.
Seattle, WA 98115
(206) 525-4653
www.mamojewelry.comMa Mo Jewelry Design is located on Roosevelt Way between Green Lake and Ravenna. The name Ma Mo is both the first two initials of the owners and of a native Hawaiian bird. The owners first business was located in Hawaii and specialized in pearls. Their current business specializes in their own brand, Ma Mo Designs, and custom work for their clientele. The company uses the highest quality materials, including recycled metals, for their jewelry pieces, and Canadian diamonds. The ideal of fine, hand-crafted jewelry goes back to their roots, and jewelry making is a family tradition.

Green Lake Jewelry Works
550 N. E. Northgate Way
Seattle, WA 98125
(206) 527-1108
www.greenlakejewelry.comGreen Lake Jewelry Works is located just east of Northgate Mall. The store originally opened in 1996 by Green Lake. Today, it specializes in custom engagement and wedding rings. Every piece of jewelry that is custom made in-store by the team of world-class jewelers. Every client speaks with an artist, not a sales person. All of the artists and craftsmen work with the clients to create a one-of-a-kind ring with or without gem stones. Their methods combine old-world quality with modern tools, and they walk the client through every step of the design process. This store is one of the leading custom jewelry stores in the country.

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Fremont Jewelry Design
3510 Fremont Pl. N.
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 547-5551
www.fremontjewelrydesign.comFremont Jewelry Design is located in the heart of the Fremont District of Seattle. This locally owned business specializes in customizing jewelry pieces for the individual. Their goal is to provide unique pieces that cannot be found at another jewelry store. Their process starts with defining the client’s style, then designing the piece from this information. The design is crafted by one of the store’s artists for the perfect piece. The store represents several local jewelry artists.

Baraka Gemstones & Jewelry
1521 N. W. 54th St., Suite 103
Seattle, WA 98107
(206) 783-1313
www.barakagems.comBaraka Gemstones & Jewelry are located in Ballard, one block south of N. W. Market St. The word Baraka means “Blessing” in Ki-Swahili. This local business offers an assortment of fine, vintage, and custom design jewelry pieces. They’re custom design team can create the perfect piece for the customer, either new pieces or modifications to pre-fab designs. The owner travels to Africa to purchase stones for the store, or custom orders from customers. The store donates 10+% of each sale to orphanages around the world, but focusing mainly on Kenya.

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