Antiques and Estate Jewelry located in Hot Springs, AR

Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas · 46 Sales


Antiques and Estate Jewelry located in Hot Springs, AR

Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas 46 Sales On Etsy since 2017

5 out of 5 stars
Suzanne Tucker

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Suzanne Tucker

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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars

Michelle on Jun 21, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

I love the ring I purchased, it arrived exactly as described and exceeded my expectations. I had a couple questions which were easy to send to seller and I got very quick response for the additional information I asked for. I would def order from them again.


Lindsey on May 4, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

Wonderful seller! The ring was sized for me by the seller beautifully!! And the ring is absolutely stunning! Would highly recommend this shop to anyone looking for a honest deal... Thank you again!

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With 25 years experience as a brick-and-mortar antique shop...

We're a local business nestled in the historic downtown of Hot Springs, Arkansas: the home of healing baths and old timey gangsters. Our shop has been a part of the Downtown for 25 years so if you're in the area, drop by! We'd love to see you.

This is our first year on Etsy and we're looking forward to expanding our shop in the friendly, burgeoning community of Etsy Antiquers. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to drop us a line.

For more pictures of our store or products, visit our website down below.

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Shop members

  • Suzanne Tucker

    Owner, Head Honcho, Collector Of Antiquities

    & Reservoir of Knowledge

  • June Simmons

    Supreme Polisher, Fixer Upper, & Performer Of Small Miracles

  • Trista Reon (and Tiki)

    Jack Of All Trades, Master Of Gettin' It Done, & Bird Whisperer

  • Melita Tucker

    Antiquer-in-Training And Resident Techie

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Last updated on Jan 27, 2018
Frequently asked questions

Shipping Information

We ship via USPS Priority Mail and always include insurance on the item equal to it's worth. (The insurance is included in the sale price.) For more expensive items, this does mean an increase in shipping price but we feel it's better to be safe than sorry!

Our processing time is typically 1-2 business days. We will notify you when we ship and include the USPS tracking number (when applicable). We now include signature confirmation for added security.

Returns and Exchanges

Our business is to sell vintage or antique items. As such, these pieces have history and are often worn or lightly worn. We try our best to describe the condition of the pieces and include pictures from all angles, but if you feel we have made an error please contact us. We can work out a return or exchange from there.

All returned items must be in the same condition they were shipped in.

How old is this item? When was it from?

We wish we could provide exact eras, dates, and histories but often this simply isn't the case. We receive a lot of our stock from estate sales or private sellers and this information doesn't usually come with an item.

If we do specify an exact date or era, then it is usually based on the maker's mark or some other identifying trait you can trust.

Some jewelry we are able to make approximations of based on their style (i.e. art deco styled jewelry is roughly from the 1920s) but this is by no means exact.

Speculating and researching are part of the fun of antiques!

Can this ring be sized?

Most rings can be sized reliably up or down two sizes by a trusted jeweler. Some can be sized more than that depending on the design of the ring.

The hardest rings to resize are those with filigree or designs that wrap around the entire ring. Eternity rings (rings with stones inset around the entire piece) cannot be resized.

If in doubt, contact us and we'll let you know. We have plenty of experience.

Why do I keep seeing all these tiny ring sizes? Do you hate me?

We absolutely do not hate you! It's no secret that our ancestors were much smaller people and some of these antique rings are itty bitty. But that's no reason they should sit morosely in a dusty case when they could be worn on your finger, dazzling in the sun and living through new adventures!

See the above FAQ answer to learn about resizing rings.