ENGAGEMENT & BRIDAL
Your bridal jewelry should be as beautifully unique as your love. At Camden Jewelers, we seek out unique one of a kind pieces to fit every budget, to ensure that you have a variety of metals, settings, and stones to choose from.
Visit Camden Jewelers when shopping for your engagement rings, wedding rings, and anniversary rings. You'll love the service, the unique pieces, and the value.
Men's jewelry can be as elegant, unique, and stylish as women's pieces. At Camden Jewelers, we provide a great selection of items that anyone would be proud to wear. Come browse our wide selection of watches, rings, bracelets, necklaces, cuff links, tie tacks, engraved pieces and custom gift items - you're sure to find great gifts and memory pieces for the men in your life.
According to Jackie Kennedy, "Pearls are always appropriate." And at Camden Jewelers, we agree! Whether for a girls' first gift of fine jewelry, graduation gifts, wedding gifts, or more - pearls always make a gorgeous and lasting impression. That's why Southern girls wear pearls! Browse our pearl collection - we think you'll fall in love with pearls too!
Camden Jewelers is a family owned jewelry store located in historic downtown Camden. We are proud to have served The Palmetto State for over 60 years.
We are a full service jewelry store - we offer repairs, resizing, gem resetting, watch repairs and refurbishment, and so much more.
From purchase through the life of your precious jewelry, we are proud to welcome you into the Camden Jewelers family and look forward to a lifetime of service.
An Historic Tradition
How A WWII Love Story Became Camden Jewelers;
The "Biggest Little Jewelry Store in Kershaw County."
Ann Ruth Moseley and James Cooley Hinson both grew up in Kershaw County, South Carolina. They were sweethearts in school, but during World War II, Cooley joined the navy to fight for his country. His ship, the USS Vincennes, was attacked and sunk during the Battle of Guadalcanal in the Pacific Ocean. With shrapnel in his leg, he survived shark infested waters and eventually returned home at the end of the war with a Purple Heart.
While Cooley was away, Ann moved to the big city of Columbia. Although she was a tiny 4'11", she was feisty and a woman ahead of her time. She embarked on an adventure as a businesswoman securing a job at RL Bryan Printing Company and began her new life.