Toronto is home to so many amazing jewellery designers. Whether you’re looking for solid gold fine jewellery, clay statement earrings, gemstone bracelets, or minimalist pieces, there’s truly something for every style and budget. In this article we’re going to introduce you to some must-know Toronto jewellery stores. 


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Toronto Fine Jewellery Stores


Aix-En-Tric has a retail location at 2144 Queen St. E. They provide heirloom quality pieces that are either made locally or ethically sourced internationally. They’ve been creating fine jewellery, including engagement rings, in The Beaches for over 18 years.


Kim Drosdick is an independent jewelry designer specializing in wedding and engagement rings, along with completely custom wearable pieces of art. She works in her downtown Toronto boutique “Flux + Form” with two friends and fellow jewelry designers – Suzanne Crudden and Carey Pearson. Kim’s passion for design and love of what she does are the qualities she brings to each client she works with.

pamela lauz Jewellery

Pamela Lauz creates one-of-a-kind custom jewelry designs from her Toronto studio. You can work with her to design a brand new pieces of jewelry or redesign and reuse your current pieces to create a new piece that can be cherished for years to come.


Tillé Gold Gallery was founded by two Canadian sisters who grew up in the Middle East. Tillé jewelry is made of 18k solid gold, which keeps its colour integrity and is a higher quality gold. Tillé takes a minimalist style approach – allowing their designs to transition from day to night wear seamlessly. 

Toronto Gemstone Jewellery Stores

corilu designs

Corilu Designs creates unique modern sculptural sterling silver and gemstone jewellery. Their collection primarily consists of rings using gemstones like larimar, ruby, opal and amethyst.

Rock Paper Pretty 

Rock Paper Pretty is an online jewelry store, specializing in simple, timeless designs with the highest quality gemstones available. Many of their designs include gemstones like rose quartz, silver agate, and howlite. They are an eco-conscious brand, minimizing the use of single-use plastics, and they also give back to their community through local charities.


Pellara is an online market for fair trade gemstone jewelry. Pellara works with a number of natural gemstones and materials and has a showroom in Richmond Hill that you can visit. Pellara has men’s and women’s collections, as well as collections for working with Chakras.


Lavindi creates unique handmade gemstone jewelry. She creates all pieces with a focus on healing and empowerment and truly believes that the hand picked gemstones used in her creations have healing properties for those that wear them. 


Amali, which means “my hope”, is a jewelry company with a love for gemstones and crystal healing. Reem, the owner of Amali,  donates 10% of every purchase to mental health initiatives across Canada. Amali also offers subscription boxes with everything you need for crystal healing and includes a new gemstone bracelet every month.


Through her experience working with NGOs in Northern Pakistan founder of Daria Day, Farrukh Lalani, started to build relationships with members of the Pakistan communities. This relationship was the start of her business Daria Day. Farrukh designs all pieces and works with artisans in communities in Pakistan who help bring her designs to life. In her own words, “we are deeply committed to elevating the lives of the artisans who create each piece”. They feature gorgeous pieces made using over 15 different type of gemstones like amazonite, jade and obsidian.


Charmed Life Ysa Yason creates some of the most unique gemstone bracelets we’ve ever seen. They feature big chunky gemstone beads with whimsical charms. Each one is colourful and unique – guaranteed to make a statement!


The Jewelry Palette is a collaboration of three generations of women -Grandmother, Mother and Daughter. They combine their skills and styles to bring you truly unique gemstone statement jewelry.

Toronto Everyday Jewellery Stores


Karen Lamont, the founder of CITRUS, has been making one-of-a-kind jewelry since 2007. Many of her pieces are personalized with hand-stamped letters, coordinates, or other designs. CITRUS pieces are crafted from 18k gold, rose gold, semi-precious stones, genuine leather, and many other materials – making these pieces completely unique.


Michelle, the owner of Kolera, was inspired to start her jewellery company after being constantly disappointed by low quality jewellery from fast fashion brands. Her jewellery collection is meant to compliment your style without overpowering it. Kolera jewellery pieces are perfect for everyday wear.


Bauble By Bets has a great collection of dainty and trendy handcrafted jewelry. Their pieces have been featured by Buzzfeed, Narcity, Huffington Post and CTV’s The Social. Our favourite pieces of theirs right now are these gorgeous herkimer diamond studs.

Toronto Clay Jewellery Stores


Founded in 2020, Melissa’s Handmades creates gorgeous lightweight clay statement jewelry. From statement studs to beautiful dangle earrings, there’s something for every style. We love that Melissa’s Handmades ships everything in eco-friendly packaging.


Sarah, the owner behind ViV Jewelry, creates statement earrings that feature fun patterns and colours. Her creations are super unique and we guarantee they’ll make you smile.


Kala Clay Studio creates some of the most detailed clay jewellery we’ve ever seen. Their collection is mostly made up of fun stud and statement earrings.

Toronto Minimalist Jewellery


If you love silver minimalist jewellery, Kooch Jewelry is for you. Their collection consists of primarily minimalist 925 sterling silver bead bracelets and anklets. Some pieces feature cute charms like hearts, evil eyes, butterflies and letters.


Pilarica Jewellery Designs believes that “jewellery is an expression of one’s individuality” and we couldn’t agree more. Pilarica Fernandez, the talented jewellery designer, creates all pieces using semi-precious materials and stones in her home studio in Toronto.


Karalina, the designer and creator behind Toronto jewellery store Minicrete Jewelry, hand makes every piece in their shop. This incredibly unique jewelry is made using concrete as the main medium. We love the industrial look of this minimalist jewellery collection.

Toronto Resin Jewellery


E’s House Studio creates gorgeous statement earrings using flowers they grow themselves. They’re stunning! We also love their beautiful handmade hair clips. They offer the option to pick up your order if you live in Toronto.

Toronto Costume Jewellery Stores


Moi Accessories curates a collection of ethically made pieces that have a vintage, romantic feel.

Hopefully this round-up of must-know jewellery stores based in Toronto helped you discover a new local Toronto shop to support. We’ll continue to update this list as we discover more Toronto jewelry stores.

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