Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Check out this store!




'Bothell Jewelers & Collectibles' is a very unique store with a large selection of 14k gold jewelry, diamonds, gems, pearls, sterling silver, and vintage costume jewelry, including rings, bracelets, pendants, necklaces, pins, brooches, and men's and lady's wrist watches. We also have a large stock of collectibles, including Bradex, Rockwell collector plates, souvenir spoons, Precious Moments, Hummel and other figurines, antique postcards from the early 1900's, stereo views, trading cards, rare books on Subud, 1954 thru 1959 Vintage Playboy magazines, Beatles, Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan lp vinyl records, die-cast cars, Star Wars toys, vintage cameras, breweriana, etc. We stock more items than we have time to list on our web site, so if you are looking for a particular item just ask! There is a good chance that we might have it in our brick and mortar store!

Place an order? Browse and pick out your items at our web site
http://www.tias.com/stores/bothellj/ and order using our secure servers.
We accept most credit cards, checks, money orders, and 'Paypal' as forms of payment for merchandise. Shipping charges are usually included in the item descriptions. If paying with a personal check please allow an extra ten days for the check to clear our bank. To place an order you may also contact us via e-mail at bothellj@gmail.com or call us at 425-487-2900 and give your credit card information over the phone, or write to us at:
Bothell Jewelers and Collectibles
10130 Main St.
Bothell, Wa. 98011


Thank you for your interest!
Rachman Cantrell, Owner


The pictures below are views of items available on our website. Try looking in our listings or do a search for a particular treasure. You will enjoy exploring our selection of very unusual vintage merchandise. Contact us if you have any problems navigating our online stores.  Click the titles for additional pics on our website.

Figurines


Vintage ceramic porcelain figurines of all types.  Click the title to see more.

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