In November 1984, Jim Rabon opened Windsor Gallery Jewelry Showroom after manufacturing natural, inlaid nugget jewelry for four years. In 1989, he reinvented the business as a retail jewelry shop and moved to the current location in The Ketner Center.
We have been manufacturing jewelry since the opening, creating one-of-a-kind and reproducible models for the custom design of fine and fun jewelry. In 1990, to honor a pastor and his family, we carved and cast the first architectural miniature, a charm of historic St. John’s Lutheran Church.
Repair has always been available in the shop as well as pearl stringing and engraving. We are noted for offering jewelry that is unique and personal.
One of the most pleasing aspects of our business is seeing the potential in old pieces and giving them a new and interesting life. This pearl enhancer was created from several unused rings and wedding bands and can again be enjoyed and admired, sure to become a treasured heirloom.