Walton's Antique and Estate Jewelry

Family owned and operated in Historic Downtown Franklin, TN since 1974

(615) 790-0244

Our store began over forty years ago by Melba Walton, an entrepreneur who had a sincere passion for antique jewelry.  Today, Walton's Antique and Estate Jewelry has become a staple to the downtown Franklin community. Specializing in pre-1940's antique and estate pieces, Walton's maintains the foundation on which Melba created the store;  a place where all are welcome to share in the love and admiration for pieces of one of a kind jewelry.

STORE HOURS

We are open Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.  Come on in and discover, or rekindle, your passion for antique jewelry! 

(CLOSED SUNDAYS AND MONDAYS)  

 

Walton's Exclusive: Sheryl Crow

Longtime friend and customer, Sheryl Crow,  had a photo shoot last fall on her farm here in Middle Tennessee with an exciting twist: Walton's Jewelry! At this exclusive photo shoot done just for Walton's, Sheryl did a phenomenal job modeling a selection of ours, and her, favorite Art Deco jewels! In the third image, Sheryl is wearing one of her own Walton's pieces, a Victorian hand crafted heavy gold chain and locket.  Last September, she released her 8th studio album, Feels like Home, and just recently announced that she will be joining Rascal Flatts on their 2014 tour, Rewind.  We can't thank Sheryl and her team enough for sharing this experience with us, and wish her all the best in what promises to be a successful year! 

Sheryl's necklace: Art Deco Tiffany and Company diamond necklace. 

Sheryl's left wrist middle: Art Deco diamond and sapphire bracelet. 

Sheryl's left wrist middle: Art Deco diamond and sapphire bracelet. 

Sheryl's left wrist top: Art deco diamond and platinum bracelet. 

Sheryl's right hand: Art Deco diamond and blue zircon cocktail ring. 

Sheryl's left wrist bottom: Art Deco diamond and platinum bracelet. 

Sheryl's left hand: Art Deco diamond and ruby cocktail ring. 

Sheryl's earrings: Art Deco pear shaped diamond earrings. 

Photography credit for Sheryl's photo shoot: Kristin Barlowe