Patt's Jewelry - 406 - 752 - 2555.

Welcome to Patt's Jewelry located in Kalispell, Montana
We hope you'll find our web site informative, entertaining, and fun. But most of all, we want it to be "Your Single Source", for All your Jewelry Needs.

Patt's Jewelry traces it's begining back some 25 years. The founders, Patt C. & Stuart Milter, have been serving Whitefish, Kalispell, & the Flathead Valley of Montana, with 50 plus years of combined Jewelry Expertise.

After serving Whitefish, MT for more than 25 years at his "Stuart Jewelers" store on Central Ave. Stuart Milter decided it was time to retire.

Patt, who had managed his Kalispell Center Mall location for almost 15 years, joined him in retirerment.

Five years later both Patt and Stu decided enough, was enough of retirement. They joined forces and opened "Patt's Jewelry".

Their new store offers an exquisite collection of New, Used, Restored, Antique, and Estate Jewelry.

Featured items include the coveted, "Montana Yogo Sapphire", in a wide array of settings. They also have great selection of loose Yogo Sapphires in many different sizes, cuts, and carat weights. They also have a great selection of Montana Sapphires.

Montana Yogo Sapphires & More...

Patt & Stu are proud to introduce their their latest retail location, "Patt's Jewelry". Located at 35 Main Street, Suite B. in Kalispell, MT.

Not only do they have a wonderful selection of New Jewelry They also serve their customers by preserving and restoring Vintage & Antique Estate Jewelry.   Bringing peices back to their original design and beauty.   Patt's Jewelry takes pride in preserving a small slice of history, in the way the original craftsman intended.   Contact them to learn what Estate & Antique jewelry they currently have available!

The goal of Patt's Jewelry is not just to sell jewelry.   But to provide you with a exceptional piece of art that will become a family heirloom, passed down from generation to generation.

FYI   Did you know?   The first signs of jewelry came from the people in Africa. Perforated beads made from snail shells have been found dating back to 75,000 years ago.