A Curated Collection

Balefire Goods is an artisan jewelry gallery that brings together some of the best in contemporary, handmade jewelry from artists, metalsmiths, and jewelers from around the globe in addition to creating custom work in house and showcasing local art. 

Our experienced owner, Jamie Hollier, studied both Art History and Metalsmithing as part of her Bachelor of Fine Arts, and is focused on building a collection that highlights creative and well-made jewelry for an assortment of tastes and budgets. Working with a diversity of techniques and materials, our artists make jewelry that is both memorable and accessible. CHECK OUT OUR ARTISTS

One of America's Coolest Stores

Balefire Goods has been named one of America’s Coolest Jewelry Stores byINSTORE, the magazine for the American jewelry store owner.

The Arvada, CO, business took third place in the Small Cool division for stores in the 18th annual contest that highlights the best examples of independent jewelry retailers in North America.

Read more about our store and this honor in the article in INSTORE magazine.

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Upcoming Classes

We love to not only provide access to amazing jewelry and art, but to also offer the opportunity to learn about the processes and materials of jewelry to our community. 

Each month we offer metalsmithing and gemstone classes in addition to offering one-on-one instruction and private classes. 

Learn more about our jewelry making and gemstone classes

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This Month's Nonprofit and Featured Artist

The Colorado Pet Pantry feeds hungry pets, allowing families to increase their ability to care for pets with the goal of keeping pets in their loving homes. They are our featured non-profit this month will receive a portion or sales. Additionally, we will be do a pet food drive all month, so please stop in and make a donation of cat food, dog food, cat litter, and toys, leashes, etc. 

In February, Jordan Lyn brings a new body of fiber art titled Lonely Hearts Club to Balefire Goods.

Jordan's work for this show revolves around the idea of the way we connect to certain songs, how we see ourselves reflected in the lyrics. She wanted to create a show that is lighthearted, as the audience works its way through the show, her hope is for them to lose themselves in their own stories of love, loss, pain, and pleasure. Connecting with the same songs that she has fallen in love with.

Join us for light refreshments and a wonderful evening celebrating local art at the opening on Feb. 7th from 6-8pm. In addition to our opening, Olde Town Arvada is a great destination for First Friday with openings at locations across the neighborhood.