Noa Jewelry to Take Over Good Space

The Groton and West Concord-based shop is opening in Beacon Hill.


(Photo courtesy of Barbara Scofidio.)

When Good moves from 88 Charles St. to 133 Charles St. in September, Noa Jewelry will take over the vacated space.

Noa Jewelry will shutter its original location in Groton (pictured above) at the end of August, in anticipation of the new Beacon Hill store. Noa’s West Concord outpost will stay open.

The homegrown store features creations from 200 New England artists, like Julia Groos and Devaney Bennett, both of Boston, Sandra McCaw of Southborough, Martha Seely of Carlisle, and more.

“In a way, we’re like the farmer’s market of retail,” says co-owner Barbara Scofidio. The focus is on affordable pieces, many made from unexpected materials.


Courtney Hollands
Courtney Hollands Courtney Hollands, Senior Editor, Lifestyle at Boston Magazine chollands@bostonmagazine.com


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