There are a lot of charming things about Cincinnati. From landmarks like Fountain Square and the Carew Tower, to riverboats, flying pigs and cheese coneys.
That's why Krombholz Jewelers, a jeweler based in Old Montgomery, created the "Cincinnati Charms" collection of charms and cufflinks to reflect all the charming things everyone loves about the Queen City.
"I designed these charms to highlight iconic landmarks of the Cincinnati landscape," says Lee Krombholz, owner of Krombholz Jewelers. "It's a fun Cincinnati collectable, and people love to give them as gifts because you can add to it each year."
Krombholz says the charms are typically cast in sterling silver, which is what you'll see pricing for on their website. "All charms are available in any choice of metal, though," says Krombholz. "Just give us a call for a current price in the metals other than sterling silver."
Icons include: Cincinnati Music Hall, Eden Park Gazebo, Ault Park, Great American Tower, Union Terminal, Taft Museum, Krohn Conservatory, cheese coney, Fountain Square the Cincinnati Zoo Elephant House, among others.
"We have created a limited quantity of these charms and they are selling fast. They've been very popular," Krombholz says. "We will continue to add new designs each year."
Krombholz Jewelers is a fourth generation family business, located at 9399 Shelly Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio 45242. To learn more, visit here, call 513-891-1930, email firstname.lastname@example.org or follow on Instagram.