Great jewellery boutiques in Toronto

Chances are, there’s someone in your life that loves jewellery. Maybe it’s your mom, sister, aunt, girlfriend, niece, or even you! Why go to a big box store where things are mass produced? Instead, support someone local, who has worked hard on their craft. Check out these boutiques for some jewellery inspiration.

Made You Look

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1338 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6K 1L4

This shop’s mandate is to support Canadian and, more importantly, local artisans in their gorgeous offerings. They carry more than 100 Toronto jewellery designers’ work, so you can be sure you’re helping support someone’s passion. Plus, the sheer range in styles here is great to peruse.

The Devil's Workshop

2
890 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1G3

This shop doubles as both a workspace for jewellery artists and a retail space for them to sell their wares. You can also take classes here on creating your own jewellery, including a very popular "Wedding Band Workshop," where you can make your own wedding bands. This is a great place to find some beautiful baubles or get something commissioned for yourself or a loved one.

Coal Miners Daughter

3
744 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1E9

So not only does this shop carry some great dresses, but their jewellery selection is fantastic, too. With a house brand, created by co-owner Krysten Caddy, that uses semi-precious stones, you'll always be able to find a piece of jewellery that will work perfectly with the clothes they sell, which is a nice bonus.

Labour of Love

4
223 Carlton St, Toronto, ON M5A 2L2

This Cabbagetown favourite has loads of handmade jewellery by local artisans for you to add to your gift list. It's a great place to head if you want something unique, and the sales staff are super helpful if you’re looking for advice.

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