Whether customers like to decorate their persons with jewelry, collectible coins, or precious metals, they can find them at Ballston Coin and Jewelry. The shop carries vintage and antique jewelry, with at least 2,000 items on-hand every day that range from new fashion pieces to costume jewelry and collectibles. They also deal in rare and exotic coins, such as Lincoln wheat pennies, Roosevelt dimes, and Jefferson nickels. Ballston Coin and Jewelry also offers fair and marketable prices for the sale or trade of gold, platinum, silver, and bullion.
A shop for kids up to age 14 with new and used! Carrying clothes, shoes, toys, books, gear and more. Great for gifts and a great way to save money! And consign with us to earn in store credit for your gently used items. Staffed with knowledgable and welcoming staff who are happy to help for as long as you need.
Much of the jewelry at this eclectic boutique has traveled from distances as far as Russia, where talented artists carefully painted delicate pieces, and as wide as Mexico, where artisans crafted horse statues by hand. Adornments made of stainless steel, sterling silver, and bronze, and gemstones including amethyst, tiger eye, garnet, and amber distinguish the jewelry selection at Silver Spirit. Bracelets, pendants, necklaces, rings, and other accessories are individually displayed in the glass cases that line this Pleasant Street boutique, allowing shoppers to eye each item, carefully plotting their purchases and potential underwater, archaeologist-proof hiding spots. While the jewelry and gifts are impressive by nature, the range of prices (from $11.95) is equally remarkable, as storeowner Cecile Lackie aims to appeal to shoppers of all tastes, ages, and metal cravings.
Rows upon rows of stacked glass and beads glitter in the morning sun as Deja Jewelz’s staffers polish the store’s display cases in preparation for the day’s customers. Boasting upward of 3,000 beads and charms, the cozy shop’s vast inventory caters to all personal styles and tastes, from elegant and simple pieces to vibrantly hued sparklers that will come in handy if the sun burns out. Throughout the day, knowledgeable staffers can be found bustling about the shop helping customers pick out a signature bauble or answering questions about the store’s collection of chic handbags.
Ed and Stephanie Raftery, founders of TrailHeads, donate 3% of their annual sales to charities including Guiding Eyes for the Blind after Ed was diagnosed with macular degeneration and declared legally blind. Instead of shelving his passion for athletics and the outdoors, Ed continues growing his sporting-apparel business with his wife, a clothing designer, running marathons, and even cycling. The tandem's inventive selection of headwear, gloves, and accessories was designed specifically for outdoor athletes. Headbands and hats have carefully placed openings to let ponytails swing about freely, and outdoorspeople can don gloves with small pockets to conveniently store keys, money, or minnows—but not trout.
College Formals of Massachusetts is a third-generation family business that outfits men and women for formal occasions ranging from proms to weddings. Men can dress up in a three-piece suit and tie with a vest that matches the wedding colors or their prom date's dress, and women's gowns add a touch of elegance to the occasion with floor-length and knee-length designs in a variety of hues.