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.


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! 



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We are Thankful for our Fans

In light of the Thanksgiving holiday, we are doing another Walton's Giveaway! Head on over to our Facebook page and simply "like" our page and "like" and "share" the contest picture and you will be entered into the drawing to win this gorgeous 1920's white gold filigree and diamond pendant!


This Thanksgiving, we are thankful for our fans! To say thanks for all your continued support, we have decided to give away this gorgous 1920's white gold filigree and diamond pendant! Simply "like" and "share" this photo and "like" our page and those "likes/shares" will be entered into the drawing!  We cannot thank our fans enough for the kind words and support that we continue to recieve through our Facebook page!

So... share our page with friends and family and like this photo and this gorgeous necklace could be yours!

Spoiler Alert!

Last night, our diamond ring made it's Nashville appearance!  Here's a quick run down on how it happened! :  Teddy Conrad proposed to Peggy Kenter to avoid a possible scandal since she is pregnant with Teddy's child! However, unbeknownst to Teddy, Peggy miscarried and is no longer pregnant! Dun, dun, dun!!! Tune in on Wednesday nights at 9 pm on ABC to catch the newest episodes and to spot more gorgeous jewels from Walton's!

Teddy Conrad, played by Eric Close, proposing to Peggy Kenter, played by Kimberly Williams-Paisley, with the Walton's diamond engagement ring!

The Walton's diamond ring! (Click on the image to expand to full view.)

The Walton's diamond ring worn around Peggy's neck while she and Teddy attempted to keep their engagement a secret.

For the Man in Your Life

Men's antique pieces, such as cuff links and handsomely crafted rings, exemplify masculinity and wealth.   At Walton's, we aim to please and entice not only women, but men as well.  From hand engraved gold and diamond cuff links and sterling silver martini shakers, to all original 1920's diamond and gold rings, there is sure to be something to peak the interest of the man in your life.   

From left to right:  1920's 14K yellow and white gold men's band, Carnelian intaglio 14K yellow gold men's ring, SOLD - all original Art Deco 1.48 carat diamond and black enamel men's ring.  

From left to right: Art Deco 10K yellow gold and diamond cufflinks, Art Deco 14K white gold and diamond cufflinks, circa 1900 14K yellow gold stone cameo cufflinks, 18K yellow gold coin cufflinks, Art Deco 14K white gold cufflinks with 0.35 carats total weight in diamonds.

SOLD - Sterling silver liquor bottle tags for bourbon, gin, brandy and scotch.

Sterling silver extra large martini shaker, sterling silver mint julep cup.

Walton's Featured in Season Two of TV Show "Nashville"

Season two of "Nashville" premiers September 25th, which means more airtime for Walton's! The upcoming season promises to be more intense than the first, involving more romantic twists and music drama!  Tommy Tomlinson, the Props Designer for "Nashville", has been working with us to promote and showcase more stunning jewelry from our store in the upcoming episodes of "Nashville". The picture below shows our Walton's logo displayed on set in the bar of the Bluebird Café, a venue that plays a key role in the show.  Be sure to check out "Nashville" and look for our logo and pieces of our gorgeous jewelry!

The Walton's logo on the Bluebird Café set of Nashville

The Walton's logo on the Bluebird Café set of Nashville