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412, 2020

Holiday Traditions

December 4th, 2020|Categories: Holiday|

This post is written by Diana Noviello, our resident beading queen.  She is reminiscing on our ornament-making party, an annual holiday tradition.  Since we can’t have one this year, she has created several hand made, beautiful, beaded ornaments that we have in store for purchase.

One of my favorite holiday events at Johnson Jewelers is our ornament-making party, traditionally held the first weekend in December. The store hosts tables full of guests, and we help unleash their creativity, while providing festive food and drink. The tables are filled

2411, 2020

Check Out Our New Website!

November 24th, 2020|Categories: News|Tags: , , |

We are excited to share that we recently launched our completely remodeled website. Our goal was to build a website that would be more user friendly, have more resourceful information, and provide a place to share what we have in store to everyone. Here are some of the new features to look out for.

This is the new home page.

We Are Now E-commerce Enabled

Now more than ever, having an online shopping presence is crucial. While we are rooted in being your local jeweler and valuing face to face

2210, 2020

Meet Our Jeweler / Conoce a Nuestro Joyero

October 22nd, 2020|Categories: Meet the Maker|Tags: , , |

Have you ever wondered what a bench jeweler does or how they get started in the profession? Joaquin has been our onsite jeweler for the past 7 years. We are long overdue in giving him a proper introduction! Let’s learn more about Joaquin.

Johnson Jewelers

Joaquin was born and raised in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. His history with being a jeweler started very early on. His best friend and neighbor couldn’t come out and play until he was done doing his chores. His chores included helping his dad with the family business – making

2407, 2020

Meet the Maker: The Puyallup Potter

July 24th, 2020|Categories: Meet the Maker|

We are back with our Meet the Maker series.  There are many creative and talented artists in Puyallup and we have partnered with a few of them to carry their work in our store. This blog post is written by Kazumi Divens-Cogez of NendoStudio Pottery . She creates beautifully unique and food safe pottery that makes great gifts or pieces for your own home. Here’s a look into the long yet rewarding process of creating something out of a big chunk of clay.

Kazumi, pottery maker

Working with clay to create a pot,

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