King Jewelers

  • Jewelers
221 SE 6th St
Grants Pass, OR 97526
(541) 476-3777
Hours:
Monday - Friday 9-5:30
Saturday 10-5:00
Sunday closed

About Us

King Jewelers is a family owned and operated custom jewelry store and repair shop. We hand forge metal, hand carve waxes, and cast in the age old lost wax method. Our goldsmiths are trained with read more
  • About

    King Jewelers is a family owned and operated custom jewelry store and repair shop. We hand forge metal, hand carve waxes, and cast in the age old lost wax method. Our goldsmiths are trained with current state of the art techniques as well as all of the best used in past centuries. King Jewelers facilities allow us to reuse your own gold and gems to create a new exciting piece of art for you to wear and enjoy!

    We keep our beautiful showroom well stocked with our own unique designs as well as jewelry from many trusted companies. Our stunning restored 1900 building houses our custom and repair facilities as well as the showroom, making us your safe and secure one stop shop. We inventory hand made sterling silver jewelry from many unique artists across the United States, as well as Damascus steel knives, pocket knives, watches and other gift items. If you don't see what you are looking for we can always order it or make it!

    Nick, the owner and second generation goldsmith, believes in this great community and does his best to show it in the donations of unique, one of a kind custom made jewelry items to multiple charity auctions each year. Each of these pieces are created with the event in mind, each carrying a unique story. Jewelry inspection and cleaning is always free and quick, so come by and check out our amazing store and meet the staff!

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  • Whom to Contact

    • Nick King
      Owner/Manager
      221 SE 6th St
      Grants Pass, OR 97526
      Phone: (541) 476-3777
    • Mr. Dennis Richard Milbradt
      goldsmith
      221 SE 6th St
      Grants Pass, OR 97526
      Phone: (541) 476-3777
  • Directions

    221 SE 6th Street on the left hand side between G and H Streets, one block past railroad tracks.