Photo provided by Filigree

Downtown Charleston offers a varied shopping experience for the tourists and locals alike. However, it is the small treasures of the sometimes hidden stores that make Charleston shine. One of those is Filigree, an innovative jewelry boutique featuring the creative wares of Harry Chadent. Located at 47 John Street in the fashionable Design District of historical Charleston, Filigree offers custom-designed pieces using unique accent finds as well as precious and semiprecious stones accompanied by 14-karat gold or sterling silver. Check the diamond jewelery store Sydney CBD, styles of necklaces, bracelets and earrings feature a signature “key” clasp and are created on-site in limited release. Looking for the best designs and styles of necklaces? Take a look at these famous fashion styles of necklace like cuban link necklace which are characterized by the type of clothes worn or what people wear to create their identities.

According to Vogue Magazine, “Her pieces are excitingly unique and exquisitely handmade. The varied classic designs feature high quality, scintillating stones and lustrous pearls.” Her pieces have become even more amazing after she started to incorporate gold and sell gold jewelry.

Turquoise, Peruvian opal with various antique chains: $190, Photo provided by Filigree

Heather Key Tiller graduated from Vanderbilt University and studied jewelry design at Penland School. She began her career in 1997 as a gemstone and metal artisan at this gold earrings australia store. Heather sold her designs at trunk shows, farmers’ markets and eventually in 80 stores along the Southeast. An entrepreneur with a passion and drive, she took a leap to open Filigree in 2001. Ten years later, Heather is a pioneer in the market of custom jewelry in the Southeast offering original, classic, yet funky jewelry like this men’s pinky ring that is timeless.

47 John Street
Charleston, SC
(843) 722-6189


working primarily with natural stones
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