1804, 2023

A Piece of History

April 18th, 2023|Categories: History, Uncategorized|

The grand street clock that stands outside our store is almost as old as Johnson Jewelers. You would probably assume we are the original owners, but in fact, we are not. We are the second owners, according to research done by Rob Ketcherside, a self proclaimed street clock enthusiast. He has helped us get a picture of the clock’s origin. The clock always garners interest from customers and community members so here’s a look at this beautiful piece of

1710, 2022

Introducing Children’s Author Rae McDonald

October 17th, 2022|Categories: Meet the Maker|

If you have been in our store you know we carry more than just jewelry.  We have a variety of gift items, including a section for babies and kids.   We have a great selection of children’s books and we are excited to share that we have added the works of local author, Rae McDonald.  Here is a little more about her and the books we have in store.


Rae McDonald, a Puyallup children’s author, cultivates ideas in the magnificent Pacific Northwest forests, along treasure-lined seashores, and deep in the rich soil of her garden. Rae’s workaday world included the marvelous

2209, 2022

All About Pearls

September 22nd, 2022|Categories: Uncategorized|

We have a wide variety of new pearl necklaces and earrings in store so we thought it might be a good time to share some information about the beautiful and timeless pearl. We carry Cultured Freshwater, Akoya, and Tahitian pearls in a variety of colors and sizes. Let’s learn about where they come from, the colors you can expect, and the factors that impact pricing.

Freshwater Pearls

2004, 2022

DIY Easter Egg Ornament In-Store Event

April 20th, 2022|Categories: Events, Holiday, News|


We are thrilled to be able to welcome customers (you, our friends) back into the store for some fun events.  We wanted to kick things off with a low key, small gathering to get us back into the swing.  We asked our beading specialist Diana to come up with an Easter themed DIY.  She wrote this blog post about the event.


Last week we hosted our first (perhaps our first annual?) Spring / Easter DIY event. Eleven brave

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