Did you know..
Aside from our online store, we have jewelry in many one-of-a-kind retail stores throughout the U.S.? We're here to highlight those specifically located in our stomping grounds, the Midwest. See when and where you can view our stuff up-close and in-person and what makes each store unique.
1) Falmouth Road Jewelry - Geneva, Illinois
Falmouth Road in Wellesley, MA is where our family memories are rooted. While our family has evolved, and our address has changed, Falmouth Road is where my children think of as home. And so, as we establish new roots here in Illinois, we offer a nod to our past on Falmouth Road.
At Falmouth Road, we collect beautiful, handmade jewelry from designers across the country and around the world. Build a collection of wearable art at a price that won’t break the bank.
2) Florodora - Chicago, Illinois
Located in the historic Monadnock Building in Chicago's Loop, Florodora opened in 2007 and features vintage-inspired contemporary fashions for women as well as unusual gifts, accessories and home accents.
3) Stockholm Objects - Harbert, Michigan
A destination for those looking for design that is both timeless and trendy - Stockholm objects is a European inspired lifestyle boutique offering a unique selection of gifts, jewelry, and home accessories alongside women’s fashion and men’s golf wear.
Stockholm Objects combines timeless Scandinavian Design with lifestyle European and American brands creating a fun shopping experience.
4) Artisan's Bench - Brighton, Michigan
When Colin Miller took over the family business in 2009, he changed the name from Heirloom Oriental Rugs to The Artisan’s Bench, a nod to the local, talented makers in the area. Since then, the store has broadened its inventory to include high quality rugs, art and objects from national artists.
5) Zieben Mare - Franklin, Michigan
Set in the heart of historic Franklin, Michigan, Zieben Mare is a lifestyle boutique where one can find a little bit of everything. Owners Mary Ann Liut and Monica Georges' boutique is for the person who has a strong aesthetic and appreciation for experiencing the specialness of a quality item.
6) City Bird - Detroit, Michigan
In 2009, siblings & lifelong Detroiters Andy & Emily Linn opened City Bird in the Cass Corridor in Midtown, Detroit. They showcase art, design, and handmade goods by more than 200 artists from throughout the Great Lakes region, as well as their popular house line of locally-themed products, produced in their Detroit-based studio.
7) Fount - Cleveland, Ohio
What started as an accessories side project between husband & wife duo Phillip & Jackie Wachter, is now a busy, creative studio that employs 16 team members to produce ethically, hand-crafted leather goods that are quality-focused.