Montgomery's Jewelry

Whether you’re looking for a ring for your significant other or just a little bling to add to that cute outfit, Montgomery’s Jewelry has the selection. Come in and see why we are the best jewelry store in these parts!

Montgomery’s Jewelry – Family-Owned & Operated Since 1946

Pearl: June Birthstone

As the birthstone for June, Pearls are believed to be associated with purity, humility and innocence. As such, pearls were traditionally given as a wedding gift. Pearls are the only gems found within living creatures, both salt and freshwater mollusks. However, most pearls are cultured, since they now occur extremely rarely in nature. While pearls require special care, they have an enduring appeal for jewelry, particularly as the traditional June birthstone.

Jewelry Crafting & Repairs

Montgomery’s Jewelry offers you the ability to create an utterly unique piece of jewelry with your own gems or those specially chosen from our stellar collection.

Jewelry Crafting & Repairs

Additionally, we can repair and re-size your precious jewelry. We also offer other services such as …

About Montgomery's Jewelry

Woodrow “Blackie” Montgomery started Montgomery’s Jewelry in 1946 after he came out of the Marine Corps in World War II. “Blackie” and his wife, Mary, ran the store and in 1978 their youngest son, Woody Montgomery joined the family business. Woody went to jewelry manufacturing school in Paris, Texas, and gemology school in Santa Monica, California, bringing in-house repair and custom jewelry designs to Starkville. “Blackie” and Mary hired Michelle Sharp, who has been a key component to the store since 1977. Woody married Robin Nettles and she joined the store in 1981. Woodrow “Blackie” and Mary Montgomery left the store to Woody and Robin Montgomery, who took full ownership in 1987. Robin said she, Woody,and Michelle work hard to build and maintain relationships with customers through honesty and loyalty, ensuring they return. Montgomery’s Jewelry is the oldest and still the best jewelry store in Starkville, Mississippi.