Inside John Paul's Jewelers

13th Ave Entrance: Welcome to our new space. The Customer Lounge: Take a moment to relax with our while you wait services. The Main Attraction: Our sterling silver and fashion jewelry. The Main Attraction: A 6 foot tall geode adorns the entrance way to the craftsmen's shop. The Main Attraction: Colored gemstones set in platinum, yellow, and white gold. The Main Attraction:  The bridal counter contains a full line of engagment rings and wedding bands.  Primarily made with white gold, but we also carry yellow gold and platinum. The Main Attraction: One of a kind, handmade pieces in the front counter, surrounded by a sea of pearls, Ball Watches, and William Henry knives. The Non-Precious Precious: We have a full line of engravables and hand turned wood pieces that make a perfect and unique gift for any occasion. Steeped in History: A customer brought us a postcard from when our building was first opened by CB&T in 1953. Steeped in History: Another customer from the architecture firm brought us the original elevation blueprint. Steeped in History: The elevation blueprint is dated August 12th, 1952. Steeped in History: View from Warren Williams Road. Steeped in History: View from 13th Street. Steeped in History: A new invention for the time: The drive through bank. The Vault: The safest place in town.  Here's our customer's jewelry and our full selection of loose diamonds.