Jewelry Related Websites
Engagement Rings - Adiamor offers an extensive collection of diamond engagement rings, fine jewelry and GIA graded diamonds. Adiamor's tradition of excellence and superior quality will exceed your highest expectations.
Collins Family Jewelers - Choose from hundreds of styles of diamond rings, engagement rings and more at Collins Family Jewelers.
Savannah's Treasures - Custom designed baby bracelets, mothers bracelets, grandmother bracelets and more! When you want to give the best, visit Savannah's Treasures. We design Memories.
Opalstop.com - Genuine Opals and Opal Jewelry Direct From Our Opal Mines - Loose opals and quality opal jewelry manufactured from our own source of opal, available in both Gold and Silver. Excellent value from well established and respected opal miners.
Bead Babe - Wholesale beads and jewelry bead making supplies.
CostumeJewel.com - Retro and antique costume jewelry spanning all decades.
Fairy Goodies - UK-based supplier of fairy jewelry, boas, wings, gifts, head garlands, and more.
Solis Jewelry Design - Unique and custom designed jewelry collections including charms, rings, and more.
Deja-Voodoo - Unique designer vintage costume jewelry and silver jewelry from Native American and Mexican to Scandinavian and Modernist.
Pueblo Pottery Maine - The internet's largest selection of authentic, hand-coiled Pueblo Indian and select Native American paintings and sculptures.
Tara Hutton Gallery Original artwork recently painted to capture the glamour and essence of the Art Deco Era.
Susie's Beads - Retailer and wholesaler of semi-precious beads, pearls, MOP, coral, crystal, and glass beads at liquidated prices. Based in Dallas, TX.
Greyfairs Antiques - Leading website specializing in Scottish Antiques, Antique Jewelry, and Scottish Agate Jewelry.
Gretna Green Weddings - Great Scotland-based resource for wedding planning, packages, venues, and accommodation.
Ugly Otter Trading Post - In business on the web since 1997. Carries a wide variety of Native American jewelry, specializing in jewelry made by Navajos and Zuni Indians.