Custom Design
Have a design in mind?  We can help with most all your design needs for a custom piece of jewelry whether it be a pendant, earrings, ring or bracelet..  we can even help you bring a piece of jewelry to life if you don't have a design in mind.  The process starts with a picture or an idea: from there we create a wax and set your stones into it.  You then view the wax for approval and we can then make changes as needed.  After approval of the wax, we can cast utilizing the lost wax casting process.

Brief History

As a sophomore in high school, Anthony Ethier started his apprenticeship, with his father Leon Ethier, at Leon's Jewelry on Kent's East Hill.  After graduating high school he worked for Stuart's Jewelers for a short time and received further training at North Seattle Community College.  In 1979 he began working for Milton H. Sholdt Manufacturing Jewelers at the 4th & Pike building in downtown Seattle for 10 years.  He was chosen to be a promotional jeweler for Ben Bridge to travel up and down the west coast setting stones in Ben Bridge stores.  In 1987 Anthony opened his own wholesale business at his home.  For seven years he worked for local jewelry stores, doing custom and repair work.  In 1994 he opened Anthony's Jewelry & Goldsmiths in Covington Square shopping center where he has been serving the community ever since.

Anthony's son Alex, started his apprenticeship at the age of 14 working a few days each week after school, practicing the craft and art of Jewelry.  For five years Alex worked as a Sales Associate in the Kent location, changing batteries, sizing watch bands and serving customers.  He came back to the bench and attended some basic jewelry classes at the age of 20.  Since then he has gotten his Accredited Jewelry Professional Diploma from the Gemological Institute of America.  Alex has been refining his craft towards his ultimate goal of taking over the reigns of the family business, continuing to serve the community that has been part of his life in the same manner and spirit his father Anthony has provided to the public.  

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