The Walker Metalsmiths Showroom Now Open for Appointment Only Viewing

August 24, 2020 2 Comments

The Walker Metalsmiths Showroom Now Open for Appointment Only Viewing

COVID-19 has presented local businesses with huge hurdles, and here at Walker Metalsmiths, we’ve continued to hone our craft and create beautiful custom designed Celtic jewelry, even while our doors have been closed.

Now, we are pleased to announce that the Walker Metalsmiths showroom in Andover, New York is open for appointment-only viewing. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to come in and meet our family of jewelers and to view our hand-crafted Celtic jewelry in-person, in a safe, comfortable, and personal way.

A Personal Experience

celtic jewelryThe health and safety of our guests and team are our top priority. Now, we’ve decided to take a personal one-on-one approach to having customers in our showroom. We’ve made this decision with your safety in mind, and we also welcome the chance to have a personal experience with you. You’re now able to schedule an appointment to visit our showroom, and you can do so by calling, emailing, or reaching out to Walker Metalsmith’s on Facebook messenger. When you make your appointment, we can personalize your visit by having some specific Celtic pieces ready for you to view when you arrive. 

Handcrafted Celtic Jewelry

Our handcrafted Celtic jewelry is perfect for any occasion. Our craftsmen have studied both Celtic symbolism and jewelry making for decades, giving us a unique and thorough understanding of the symbols we work with. We’ve dug deep into the complex and multilayered history of the Celtic cross, the histocustom designed celtic jewelry ry and symbolism of Claddagh rings, as well as the meaning of different zoomorphic symbols. We have many new designs, which we incorporate into our Celtic necklaces, rings, earrings, and other pieces. Some of our most prized works feature a handcrafted Celtic cross, and we’re always honored to be able to use this meaningful and traditional symbol in our pieces.

Some of our new handcrafted Celtic jewelry pieces include our Sionnach Fox Pendant, Trinity Knot Pendant with Gemstone, Seraphinite Custom Earrings, and the Father’s Knot Pendant. We have handcrafted Celtic jewelry pieces for every budget range, and in both silver and gold. We incorporate many beautiful stones and gems into our pieces, and have pieces with traditional birthstones.

Custom Pieces for Every Occasion

Here at Walker Metalsmiths, we’re happy to work with you to create the custom hand crafted celtic jewelry Celtic jewelry piece of your dreams. We are also able to reuse your family gold to create a new piece for you. We believe Celtic design is all about family and heritage, and we value creating a new piece for you with your family gold. We have a special process of reusing gold without refining it, and can often reuse pieces that other jewelers cannot. Our artisans are also able to reset stones and gems.

Whether you want to come in for a one-on-one personalized experience or want to order a new handcrafted Celtic piece online, we’re happy to help and guide you every step of the way. Contact us today to have our experts in Celtic jewelry help you find the piece of your dreams.



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