Kehoe's is a family owned and operated jewelry store located in the beautiful Flathead valley of northwest Montana. The shop is a unique blend of a fine jewelry store and a rock shop. It was started in the early 1930's by Jack Kehoe, a man with enough vision and determination to establish a business making jewelry and cutting Montana agate during the height of the great depression.
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