WELCOME TO KESHETT!

Entering the world of Keshett opens the doors to exquisite Vintage and Contemporary Jewellery sourced from all corners of the world.
With tradition spanning almost 40 years, this distinguished family business, owned and operated by Eugene and Paula Keshett, prides itself on catering to individuals seeking jewellery of distinction, difference and great design.
Keshett travels the globe for the unique and exceptional, with particular emphasis on the rarest and most remarkable jewellery collections from the stylistic celebrated Art Deco, Edwardian, Art Nouveau and Victorian periods.
For those seeking modern Art Deco pieces, Keshett are the exclusive Australian distributor for the award winning American designer Sheldon Speyer who creates stunning pieces from custom made 1920s moulds.

Our vision is that jewellery has to be a wearable collectable.

Keshett also caters for ‘men-of-style’, offering a selection of cufflinks and wedding bands chosen for their fabulous individual designs.
If you are looking to make one of the important purchases in your life, Keshett prides itself in their offering of masterfully and beautifully designed engagement rings and wedding bands, to lovingly mark your special occasion.
Keshett is located in the centre of Melbourne’s prestigious jewellery precinct on Little Collins Street and a brand new store positioned in Melbourne’s iconic Block Arcade. Our professional team is highly qualified to make your buying experience as memorable as the precious jewellery you take home.

We look forward to welcoming you.

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Our selection of rings ensures you look your best this coming season

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Our selection of rings ensures you look your best this coming season

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