Edward Johns Jewelers, 1225 Johnson Ferry Rd. Suite 801, Marietta, GA 30068
Edward Johns Inc
1225 Johnson Ferry Rd. Suite 801
Marietta, GA 30068, USA
About Edward-Johns Jewelers

EDWARD-JOHNS JEWELERS is a classic treasure trove of gleaming jewels and precious metals. Johnny and Anna Johnson opened in 1979 in East Cobb, Marietta, Georgia. We have been a mainstay in East Cobb for over 31 years, offering quality jewelry, repairs, appraisals, jewelry design, and jewelry consultations.

We are known throughout the south for our jewelry knowledge, our quality service, and our award winning jewelry designs. We are proud that we have won over 50 National or State Jewelry Designs awards.

We feel a commitment to offer our customers not only quality jewelry, but also, quality consultations and knowledge. We feel that the more knowledgeable you are about jewelry the better equipped you are to make decisions concerning your jewelry decisions.

We do consider ourselves a small "mom and pop" type

Edward-Johns Jewelers-the jewelry store
Our store is located in the Woodlawn Square shopping center
with Fresh Market; Behind Chick-Fil-A.

business and we are able to offer you fine jewelry and great service at affordable prices.

We also feel that it very important for a business to be actively involved in the community they serve. We have been extremely active in Cobb County, Marietta, the metro area, and the entire state of Georgia. We believe in "giving back" to our community.
Please come by the store and let us help know how we can be of service to you.

Johnny Johnson, the designer
Johnny Johnson,
the designer

Johnny has been designing jewelry for over 40 years. His love for art comes from his grandfather that was a poet and a woodcarver, and from his father that was a very accomplished and award winning water colorist. Johnny's designs derive from what we see all around us in nature. He loves the "fluidity" of nature with his designs.

"When designing a piece for a contest or for stock I tend to be somewhat asymmetrical in my taste, maybe even a little weird. But when designing something for a customer I take great care in uncovering from the client what designs are best suited for them. I find it a great challenge to ask the questions needed to help you find the design that will become your new family heirloom."

Johnny is extremely involved in the jewelry industry, having served as a board member for the Georgia Jewelers Association for over 20 years and is a Past President of the GJA.

Johnny was also honored to be chosen as "Georgia Jeweler of the Year", and listed in "Who's Who in the Jewelry Industry".

Johnny Johnson, community involvement

Johnny believes in giving back to the community and serving others. The employees of Edward-Johns have always been involved in our community. Johnny has been extremely active his entire career:

  Atlanta Journal "Volunteer of the Week"
  President of the Merchants Walk Merchants Association
  East Cobb "Citizen of the Year"
  Chairman of the East Cobb Division of the Chamber of Commerce
  Past President of the Cobb County YMCA
  Lifetime Member of the PTSA
  Chairman of "Red Ribbon Week" for Cobb County
  Recipient of the "Golden Rule Award" for Education by United Way
  Elected to the Cobb County School Board (1996-2008)
  Leadership Cobb class of '89
  President of 3 School Councils
  Charter member of the East Cobb Kiwanis Club
  Georgia District Governor of Kiwanis International
  Kiwanis International Foundation Trustee
  Kiwanis International Trustee
  "Santa Claus" for the East Cobb Park

'Santa Claus' for the East Cobb Park
"Santa Claus" for
the East Cobb Park

As you can see committing to our community is very important to all of us at Edward-Johns Jewelers.

The Torch Award

MARIETTA, GA (March 8, 2011) Johnny Johnson, Edward John Jewelers, Marietta, GA won the People's choice Award honor in the first annual Torch Awards competition. Launched by the Southern Jewelry Travelers Association (SJTA) to showcase and recognize the design talents of bench jewelers/designers across the country, the first annual Torch Awards competition was held during the March 2011 Atlanta Jewelry Show at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta, GA. The new competition invited all state jewelers associations to submit winners of their own individual 2010 design contests to compete nationally during the March show where attending buyers voted on the winning designs.

Johnny Johnson's winning design
Johnny Johnson's winning design

Johnson's winning design, shown here, was a two-finger ring crafted of sterling silver and 14 kt yellow gold, rutilated quartz and diamonds.

"Many of the state and regional jewelry associations host design competitions to recognize the amazing talents and skills of their members often showcasing the winning designs at state conventions. We wanted to find a way to share these beautiful designs with an even broader industry audience.
The Atlanta Jewelry Show venue truly sets the stage for the exposure a national competition can offer to the winners, as well as the state associations", explains Carol Young, Executive Director of the Southern Jewelry Travelers Association, producers/managers of the Atlanta Jewelry Show. "The continued success and business growth of the independent jeweler, as well state and regional associations, are at the heart of SJTA's mission. I think this award, and the excitement and interest it will generate, offers countless benefits to everyone involved".

All state jewelry associations were invited to participate in the 2011 Torch Award competition. To be eligible, each entrant had to be a current member of the respective state's chapter, an employee of a chapter member, or a student enrolled at a state college or university and sponsored by a chapter's retail member. All entries were on display during the March 2011 Atlanta Jewelry Show and attending buyers were asked to vote on the winners based on skill in execution of design, technical merit of design, and wearability.

Other winning designs included: First Place | Richard Melancon, Melancon Jewelers, Abbeville, LA; Second Place | Jennifer Whitekiller of Naifeh Fine Jewelry, Oklahoma City, OK; Third Place | Keith Hipp, Ellis Jewelers, Lexington, NC.


Edward Johns is a family owned and operated jewelery business. We also do jewelry repair, stringing, watch repair, appraisals, and custom jewelery. We have won more design awards than any other jewelery store in the region.


Headquartered in Atlanta, GA, the Southern Jewelry Travelers Association is the nation's oldest association for independent jewelry representatives and the official sponsor and producer of the Atlanta Jewelry Show.

The Atlanta Jewelry Show is a semi-annual trade show where independent jewelers from around the Southeast travel to Atlanta's Cobb Galleria Centre to explore and purchase the newest introductions and best-selling designs from the jewelry industry's leading manufacturers and designers.

Edward-Johns Family

For more information, write to SJTA at 4501 Circle 75 Parkway, Suite C-3100, Atlanta, GA 30339.
Phone: 1.800.241.0399 or 404.634.3434. Fax: 404.634.4663
Email: info@atlantajewelryshow.com
Website: www.atlantajewelryshow.com

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