A gift of jewelry is like an unexpected holiday bonus or a delicious pie in the face—no matter how good it feels to give, it always feels better to receive. For $25, you get $50 to spend on shiny accoutrements at Eliza Page, winner of the Critic's Choice award for Best Jewelry at Austin Fashion Week 2009.
Eliza Page features over 40 designers, including many Austin-based local artists. The collections of necklaces, bracelets, rings, earrings, and pendants cover a wide range of prices and styles to suit any fashionista or henpecked Thane of Cawdor. Adorning the neck with a Mari Andrade drop necklace ($45) or sterling birthstone drop charm ($45) will draw male eyes away from your forehead's bountiful cleavage. To modestly cover finger-nudity, slip on a ring like the Jane Diaz sterling and moonstone ($38). Lining one's arms with hammered brass bangles will highlight a dark ensemble while also allowing you to deflect battleaxes. Top it all off with a pair of Jan Michaels black onyx drop earrings ($42) or Verre NY tomato glass studs ($45) to keep your ears from sliding up to the top of your head. While perusing the cases, ask one of Eliza Page's friendly experts about the shop's handmade and custom designs.
Thanks to free two-hour parking at City Hall with a 2nd Street District validation (Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.), free parking from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in the City Hall garage, and an available valet service, acquiring precious metals and exotic gemstones is no longer the sole purview of Grendel-slaying Norsemen. Two Groupons can be combined for $100 toward merchandise, so spread the wealth among friends or maternal units this Mother's Day.
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- The jewelry here is gorgeous! The saleswomen are incredibly nice and helpful. – Marisa S., Yelp
- This is the perfect place to find a one of a kind designer piece of jewelry. – Mackenzie M., Yelp
- Eliza Page showcases some of the most elegant handmade and independently designed necklaces, bracelets, earrings and charms I've ever seen. – Sarah M., Yelp
229 W 2nd St.
Austin, Texas 78701Get Directions