July, 2016 - Green Lake Jewelry Works opens its second workshop and design studio in Old Bellevue, right at the corner of Main Street and Bellevue Way. As with the Seattle studio, Green Lake offers a departure from traditional jewelry stores. Clients work directly with artists to design their own engagement rings and wedding bands with sustainable materials in a more relaxed, creative space.


Ever since opening on Green Lake Drive 20 years ago, our focus has been ‘the workshop.’ This is a place where we make things, the kind of jewelry that takes a level of time and attention that’s increasingly rare in our trade. The Bellevue studio is no exception: Each piece designed in Bellevue is also handcrafted on site in an open and transparent space by the same experienced designers and jewelers which Green Lake is known for. It’s a place where clients can participate in creating the most significant purchases of their lives.

Custom made pieces offer personal details and incorporate so much more meaning than a simple purchase. This is why the artists at work here made all of the unique displays and cases in the shop. The hand painted floor is also the result of 30 like-minded creatives, each rolling up their sleeves to leave a lasting mark on our Eastside home. And much like our careful sourcing of sustainable materials used in the workshop, considerate planning of natural light and open space in the studio is centered as much on energy efficiency as it is on the health and wellness of our team.

Exceptional custom jewelry now in Bellevue, with all work done on premises in the Green Lake Studios.

We rebuild and restore fine jewelry, otherwise thought beyond repair.

We offer the best selection of gems and cut rough material into custom gems.

We offer Fairmined certified gold to promote health, education and gender equality within developing communities along the global supply chain.


Green Lake Jewelry Works - Bellevue

25 Bellevue Way SE, Bellevue – (425) 598-8900 – M-Sat 10am-7pm / Sun 10am-5pm

Secure underground parking entrance is on Bellevue Way,
adjacent the CVS pharmacy
What Pacific Northwest experience would be complete without a proper espresso?
We welcome anyone in the neighborhood to drop in for some Vashon Island Coffee and a visit.
Looking forward to seeing you around!