Von Bargen’s Jewelry has five store locations in Vermont and New Hampshire. Their mission and vision aligns with ours – they believe in leaving the world a better place.
Founded in 1970s by John Von Bargen, a self taught jeweler, Von Bargen’s gained respect with clients and industry leaders for their attention to quality and for their kind, respectful treatment of people – employees, clients and designer partners alike. Now under the ownership of the second generation, daughter Julie and son -in- law Jason Thom continue to deepen their commitment to the people the business serves and to the communities that support them. Read more about the Von Bargen’s Mission here.
Now in five store locations in Vermont and New Hampshire, Von Bargen’s specializes in ethically sourced ideal cut diamonds, in house custom jewelry and the finest collection of artisan jewelry from designers across the globe.
Julie, Jason and their teams truly love the special places where they do business. As Julie says, “We watch people travel long distances every weekend to experience the life that we are lucky enough live.”
Below she shares their recommendations of favorite attractions in their area.
Central to the City of Burlington is the vibrancy of Church Street (think Pearl Street in Boulder), where Von Bargen’s is located. An open air mall with over 100 shops and restaurants, the bricked street is the perfect Vermont destination.
Known for Dartmouth College and Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Hanover is a community of people who love and enjoy where they live and who believe in investing in it. The Prouty, an annual cycling (and golf/rowing/walking you name it!) event created to fund cancer research at Dartmouth, is inspiring evidence of the community’s love of the outdoors and their commitment to the community. This year, it raised over 3.2 million dollars. Von Bargen’s is a corporate sponsor and rider (see Julie with daughter Evie below).
A popular Vermont destination, Stowe boasts some of the best hiking (Mansfield is Vermont’s tallest peak at 4393 feet), skiing and mountain biking in the northeast. It is also recognized as an epicenter of the craft beer movement, with multiple breweries (including famous Heady Topper) and bars, restaurants and stores catering to the craft beer connoisseur.
Learn more at VonBargens.com