Shopping Local at Naturally Nickel-Free Artisan Jewelry
When my husband began to rent space in a local shop for his home-grown computer business in 2012, the question presented itself about whether I would like to use a part of that space for a small jewelry display. So without much of a strategy, I carved out a little space for myself and put some jewelry out between craft shows. Well, then the pandemic happened and I just needed to pull all the jewelry out and go entirely online for a while.
But currently, it seems like some fresh choices are in order.
I am finally making my jewelry available to local Des Moines area customers again for in-person shopping. I will be taking appointments on Tuesdays & Thursdays, and hope to build my schedule as I go.
The best way to communicate with me is through email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 515-650-9303.
The jewelry at my little nook is only a partial inventory, so if you are a casual shopper and just want to see what happens to be there - I can definitely help. If you are a little more targeted in your approach, you might prefer to do some pre-shopping on my website. This would be one way to see if there is a specific item you want to purchase, or to be sure to see in person.
You are also welcome to make your purchase entirely online, and just arrange with me to pick it up in-store or curbside. Use the coupon code LOCAL-PICK-UP to get free shipping on orders that you will pick up in person.
If you happen to be one of CW's computer customers (that's my husband), and you would like to buy some jewelry at the same time you're doing business with him, you can absolutely do that. But if you would like to take a little more time and ask a few more questions, contact me, and we'll get together.
Our building is a light gray early 1900's brick structure, which we are told was once a corner grocery store. Street parking is available (for free) in front of the building or around the corner. Our location is the "center" door under the red awning, clearly marked "2620."
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