Cline Jewelers settles into new location in Edmonds


Last updated 11/26/2023 at 9:33am

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Cline Jewelry staff includes Andy Cline, center in blue suit, and wife, Kristen, right.

Cline Jewelers has made its long-awaited move into a new storefront on the corner of Fifth Avenue North and Main Street in Edmonds.

The space, formerly occupied by Sound Styles and Garden Gear, has been revamped and redecorated.

The store has deep roots in Puget Sound, with over four decades of history in Edmonds. Founded in 1980 by Jerry and Becky Cline, Cline Jewelers was originally a wholesale trade jeweler.

Jerry and Becky's son, Andy, joined the business after graduating from college in 1999, working alongside his father as they transitioned into a fine jewelry store and custom jewelry design workshop.

Cline Jewelers, in a news release, said there were a few key reasons behind the store's decision to relocate, including skyrocketing interest in custom jewelry. The store said it has seen an influx of requests.

"Having sufficient space for a larger team of bench jewelers was one of the main reasons for this move," said Andy Cline. "We wanted to be able to take on more projects and handle them more efficiently."

In addition to expanding the store's custom design capabilities, more space means more room for an expanded jewelry collection. The store has acquired more fine jewelry designs and will showcase them alongside the store's own collection.

Andy Cline

Cline Jewelers' new location by the fountain in downtown Edmonds.

Other exciting additions to the new space include Swiss watch brands Hamilton and Tissot. "We've done our best to stock the new store with jewelry and watches that appeal to every taste and every budget," said Cline.

Cline recently won for best jewelry store in The Seattle Times' "Best of the PNW."

Our profile has really grown," said Cline, "and we're thrilled to have this bigger space to share with people who might be visiting us for the first time."

Cline thanks the community for their decades of loyal support.

"We're only able to expand our business because we've had such incredible clients. Our main goal is to use this bigger, better space to give back to a community that's given so much to us."

Cline Jewelers will have its official grand opening Nov. 16-18.


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