About Us

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Cathy Eastham began her business, Cathy Eastham Fine Jewelry, in 1981. Cathy hasn’t forgotten she started her business from the ground up and is proud to be a first generation jeweler. Her passion for fine jewelry and customer service has led her to be considered in the top 1% of jewelers across the country.

As Cathy’s business grew in Midland, her inventory blossomed as did her education and community standing. She did the requisite GIA classes and recently her store was accredited by the highly ethical American Gem Society (AGS).

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At Cathy Eastham Fine Jewelry we keep our customers up to date with the latest trends by hosting Trunk Shows year round. We love giving our customers a chance to shop for exclusive one of a kind pieces and to have the opportunity to meet the designers themselves.

Cathy’s location offers customers a discreet shopping experience. The store is in a high-end shopping center, Plaza Oaks. The layout offers our customers a quiet place to park and shop.

She was selected one of the top 50 designer retail jewelers in the nation by the designers themselves and has always run her business with the philosophy:

“Because life is too short for ordinary jewelry.”

 

Cathy and her staff also offer refreshments and candy daily to customers. Some shoppers come in for a gift, but first always stop for chocolate. Customers and regular suppliers know there will be treats, and sometimes lunch, at the store when they stop in-especially during holidays.

Cathy Eastham Fine Jewelry is  well known  in the community of Midland and supports several non-profits.Cathy currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Museum of the Southwes, Board of Govenors for Permian Basin Area Foundation, and is past chairman of  High Sky Children’s Ranch. Cathy enjoys donating fabulous pieces to charity events that benefit those in the community. These include: Safe Place of the Permian Basin, , Aphasia Center of West Texas, The Junior League of Midland, Inc., March of Dimes, American Cancer Society, American Diabetes Association, American Heart Association and many others.