On the hunt for your next great piece of jewelry? You need not travel far! Located at 3171 N. High Street in Clintonville, Ohio you’ll find a refreshing selection of modern jewelry with a minimal look at One Six Five.
Proprietors of One Six Five, Kaleigh Shrigley and Claire Lowe, met while working at Rowe Boutique in the Short North Arts District of Columbus, Ohio and quickly became close friends. Capitalizing on their similar work ethic and design aesthetic, they started their collection in 2014 with a small collection of rings, and today have a full catalog of jewelry including necklaces, earrings and more.
In 2016 they decided to take the giant leap to retail and opened their storefront on North High Street. The space houses their design studio in the back, and a simple, yet beautiful, retail space up front. Each piece in their jewelry collection is handmade in their studio – formed, soldered, and buffed by hand. All of their pieces are made from recycled metals, nickel free, and responsibly sourced in the USA. While striving to maintain an affordable price point, you can see the care and craftsmanship that goes into each piece when looking through their entire collection.
The shop includes unique products from 20 independent designers, many of them from central Ohio! Their unique philosophy of working with these artists through wholesale rather than a consignment basis sets them apart in the handmade marketplace. This arrangement allows them to have a small but deliberate inventory that meshes well with their products while offering unique items to their customers including stationery, apothecary and ceramics.
Visit One Six Four Tuesday – Friday from 11am-6pm and on Saturdays from 11am -3pm.
Mallory Hill has been sewing since she was young but didn’t pick it up seriously until she was out of college. That’s when she first started working in the fabric and sewing industry and her passion has grown as she continued to work for various textile companies for the past 10 years. She has two daughters and has recently re-located back to her home state of Ohio.
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