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 5:00 pm.  Come on in and discover, or rekindle, your passion for antique jewelry! 

(CLOSED SUNDAYS AND MONDAYS)  

 

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Abandoned Airfield Style Shoot

Abandoned airfield. Gorgeous gown. Talented vendors. Fabulous antique jewels! Need we say more?

Check out these stunning shots taken by Dixie Gaultney Photography from a recent style shoot! Thank you to Dixie for asking us to take part and to all of the amazing vendors:
Wedding dress: @lvdbridal
Hair and makeup: Cate Hair
Flowers: @rachelannseventdesign
Model: @rachelcfox1

Loving this wedding look? Shop the pieces shown below right here on our website! 

Emerald and diamond ring      Emerald and diamond necklace    Marquis diamond and emerald bracelet     Emerald and diamond straight line bracelet     Pearl and diamond earrings

Walton's Goes to The Original Miami Beach Antique Show

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January 30th through February 3rd, Miami Beach is hosting their annual largest indoor antique jewelry show in the country. We are fortunate to have our very own Mike Walton scoping out exquisite pieces to add to our Walton's inventory! The event hosts over 1,000 dealers from around the world featuring collections of fine art, American and European silver, 17th and 18th century furniture and of course, an abundance of one of a kind, jaw dropping antique jewels! We anxiously await for Mike's return and to see the treasures that he brings home to Franklin! 

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