Featured Shop of the Week! RedWall Jewelry

June 24, 2014

This week, we are featuring RedWall Jewelry! 

RedWall Jewelry is a unique little shop excelling in handmade jewelry from silver and gold.  Like Susan Harbourt Designs, the shop is making beautiful jewelry from metals that are affordable and durable for the new customers.  RedWall Jewelry specializes in out of the ordinary, handmade fine jewelry pieces in every price range.  They pride themselves in having something for everyone.  Whether you are looking for beautiful turquoise, classic hammered silver, multi gemstone rings, glittering diamonds set in gold, vibrant australian opals, or brightly colored fused glass pieces RedWall Jewelry has it and more! The shop has been around for quite some time and was established in the 1970s in Cloudcroft, New Mexico.  

The name RedWall was created when Stacy Jones, the owner, and her husband bought their first home together.  There was no heat or water for the first couple months in their teeny tiny home they called The Shack.  The Shack did however, have a bright cherry red wall which became an inspiration for Stacy in more than one way.  The red wall kept her thinking of how to keep positive and get over the obstacles in life.  The wall was a blessing indisguise and kept her thinking "99% of success is attitude" and RedWall Jewelry became alive. ! Next time you pass this unique little shop, you can remember where the name came from! 

For more information about RedWall Jewelry:

Website:  www.RedWallJewelry.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/redwall-jewelry

Instagram: www.instagram.com/redwalljewelry

Email:  redwallfinejewelry@gmail.com

In Person:  505 Burro Ave Studio 107, Cloudcroft, New Mexico 88317

Current Hours: 

Mon-Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Sun: 12:00 pm- 5:00 pm

By Phone: (575) 682- 4414

PS...Don't be shy and let them know that Susan and Sam sent you!

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