At Linden’s Jewelry, our specialty is redesigning or repairing what you already have, and with three award-winning designers and goldsmith’s already on staff, we can handle all of your jewelry needs. If you love a piece of jewelry but it’s worn out, let us put some life back into it and make it stronger and more secure. Or, maybe you’re ready for a new look entirely. We love to recycle old jewelry. Turn an outdated piece into a new bespoke creation that exudes your style. View our gallery of personalized jewelry we have created or call to schedule an appointment for a free estimate. Follow out latest custom creations on Facebook and Instagram.
ARKANSAS’S JEWELERS ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT
Ashley Linden is not only the owner of Linden’s Jewelry, but is also a goldsmith, platinum smith and award-winning jewelry designer.
She began her work in the jewelry business as a repair coordinator at Ackerman Jewelers in Tampa, Florida in 1999. After spending a year there, she moved home to Fort Smith, where she began training on the bench doing jewelry repair for Rogers Jewelers.
Ashley then moved to Fayetteville to begin apprenticing with David Adams where she learned about fabrication and making tools to fit the job. After completing her apprenticeship she worked as an independent contractor for several prominent jewelers in Northwest Arkansas before opening Linden’s in 2009. She is the Arkansas Jewelers Association President and serves on the board for the Bella Vista Library Foundation.
Lily Ellicott is an award winning metalsmith, and graduate of Texas Institute of Jewelry Technology with degrees in, Bench Technology, Industrial Casting and Gemology. After moving back to her native Arkansas, she went on to study the art of hand-engraving, and now lends the skill to her work with Linden’s.
Her love of gemstones and metalsmithing inspired her own custom line, carried exclusively at Lindens Custom Jewelry.
Eddie Havens has been a bench jeweler since 1987 repairing, re-purposing and creating over 100,000 pieces of fine jewelry. He is a graduate gemologist and appraiser from the Gemological Institute of America as well as a member of the National Association of Jewelry Appraisers. He is a writer and teacher for the Mississippi Gem and Mineral Society. Eddie and his wife are happy to be living in the Ozarks and enjoying the many outdoor adventures it has to offer.
From a small town in Michigan, Christina moved to the area in 2014. With an education in engineering she is excited and passionate about the impact of technology in the jewelry industry and on art as a whole. Her rich background in customer service drives her care and attention to detail for each and every client.