Shreve, Crump & Low

39 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116, USA

+1 617-267-9100

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Shreve, Crump & Low’s history began in 1796, when a local watchmaker opened a workshop across the street from Paul Revere. During its two hundred years plus in business, the store has served the Kennedys, the Cabots and generations of Boston grooms seeking the perfect engagement ring. (Interesting trivia: Shreve, Crump & Low also designed the Davis Cup, commissioned by Harvard tennis player Dwight Davis in 1899.) Although Shreve, Crump & Low still carries an excellent selection of antique and estate jewelry and plenty of solitaire studs, it has also added smaller lines, such as Konstatino, alongside the classic Mikimoto pearls. The store’s Christmas window displays are famous around town and worth a look if you’re visiting after Thanksgiving.

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