About Our Store
Located in Austin's emerging downtown, Eliza Page promises a beautiful jewelry experience, featuring over 30 designers, many of whom are from Austin.
Host to regular jewelry events, designer trunk shows, and featuring new merchandise almost every week, Eliza Page offers a truly one-of-a-kind selection. Custom jewelry designs are available and handled every day.
The Story :: Concept and Philosophy
Accessories both expressive and unexpected.
Austin's Eliza Page fills its modern cases with fine jewelry that surpasses seasonal fashion and short-lived trends. These are the new classics, hand-selected from small-batch designers around the country. These are the go-to day and night pieces of heirloom quality.
Nestled in Austin's emerging downtown, Eliza Page promises a hands-on experience; cases are set at eye level, allowing the jewelry, belts, and bags to be easily handled and viewed. Educating shoppers about the techniques, materials, and specialties of each line, the boutiques stocks a collection of treasures ranging in price and style, yet all made with a penchant for craftsmanship.
Eliza Page is a large part of Austin's jewelry scene, as more than half of their offerings are designed by city natives, selecting the finest talent from Austin's creative pool.
The Owner :: Biography
Owner Elizabeth Gibson has melded her professional experience with a lifetime love of jewelry-wearing and making.
Educated in lost-wax casting and metal-smithing, Elizabeth says that knowledge aids her buying, especially in working directly with her designers. She often acts in a creative capacity, editing pieces and sketching concepts to suit her customer.
Prior to Eliza Page, Elizabeth worked for a few of Austin's most progressive online and advertising agencies, managing national and regional lifestyle and fashion clients.
In addition, she worked on projects for many Austin non-profits, and continues to dedicate many resources to Austin's charitable organizations throughout the year.
The Boutique :: Design, Architecture, and Display
Eliza Page called up a team of two of Austin's finest designers to envision the contemporary jewel box. Situated in the lively live-eat-shop environs of Austin's 2nd Street District, the boutique is a collaboration between local architect Kevin Gallaugher and interior designer Kasey McCarty, both with experience at the nationally acclaimed Dick Clark Architecture. They joined forces on the floor-to-ceiling project, having worked on high profile Austin eateries, residences, and salons.
Sidewalk shoppers enter through the glass doors into a smart, crisp space, more of a gallery than a store. The custom-made cases, shelves, and tables act as a blank canvas for the accessories and reflect the aesthetic of the modern, well-crafted items.
Glass-paneled cabinets line the walls at eye level, showcasing the fine jewelry lines, while a long, rectangular table dominates the center of the space and displays more fashion-forward lines, with everything displayed in order to be effortlessly viewed and easy to try on.
The Collection :: Jewelry Lines
Eliza Page is Austin's exclusive dealer to artful lines made across the country and Austin's emerging designers. Thoughtful design and great care are put in to each item, and Eliza Page is proud to support each artist's work.
A few music legends and fashion starlets have discovered the jewelry store --- chanteuse Patty Griffith, legend Aretha Franklin, Dixie Chicks Martie McGuire and Natalie Maines, fashion starlet Mena Suvari, and all the party girls from MTV's Real World-Austin have shopped with Eliza Page.
If you are an designer and are interested in submitting your collection for consideration, please email the buyers your portfolio or linesheets to: [email protected]
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229 W. 2nd Street, Austin, TX 78701
email: [email protected]
229 W. 2nd Street
Austin, TX 78701
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FREE 2-hour parking is available both AMLI garages and always at City Hall with a 2nd St. District validation Monday – Friday, 8am-5pm. The City Hall Garage is FREE on Saturday and Sunday from 8am-5pm on, and $5 after 5pm. Street parking and 2nd Street. Valet services are also available.