All the Prettiness at Peyton William


I love that Charleston is immersed with talent and savvy business women.  Gabrielle Egan, the owner of Peyton William is one of them and she’s making major moves in Charleston and beyond.  The jewelry designer who has a store on King Street and another location in Kiawah at Freshfields Village is now in the process of opening up her 3rd location in Vero Beach, FL.  


She named her brand after her 2 grandmothers and loves giving a modern and elegant twist on traditional design.  Incorporating natural gemstones, pearls, wood, leather and a mixture of metals, her bold jewelry always makes a statement.  With a studio in the back of each store, you can always find Gabrielle busy working on another beautiful creation.  She also works with clients on customizing a new design or repurposing family heirlooms.


I love that you can find everything at her store – from decadent topaz encrusted jewels and statement cocktail rings, to chunky necklaces, to modern geometric stud earrings.  There is really something for everyone at Peyton William.  And if you can’t get to one of her fabulous stores you can always shop online here!

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Black ruffle and bow popover by Le Sarte Pettegole $239 from Shirtini // Jeans by Dear Creatures $88 and shoes by BC Footwear at Dandy Boutique // “Sonya” light blue sapphire and white topaz earrings $395, left ring is “Rhett” rutilated quartz with onyx $195, and right ring is “Lillian” iridescent labradorite with white topaz $240 by Peyton William // Layered clutch in metallic blue by Ellia Wang $640 from Maris Dehart

Photography by Libby Williams, Hair by Mac Does Hair, On location at Harold’s Cabin