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Goodman & Sons Jewelers Celebrates Quarter-Century Milestone with a New Boutique in Williamsburg July 06, 2023 (0 comments)


Williamsburg, VA--Goodman & Sons Jewelers, a family-owned business founded in 1947, is marking its 25th anniversary in Williamsburg by launching a novel permanent jewelry boutique. 

[Photo by Brandy Centolanza via Peninsula Chronicle]

With two locations in Hampton and Williamsburg, the company held a ribbon-cutting event on June 27, hosted by the Greater Williamsburg Chamber of Commerce.

According to a report on Peninsula Chronicle, the celebratory ceremony, held at the store’s Monticello Marketplace location at 4640-11A Monticello Ave., was attended by approximately a dozen individuals, including Virginia Delegate Amanda Batten and Christopher Johnson, the Director of Economic Development for James City County.

As per the report, reflecting on the jewelry store's local longevity, Johnson admired the enduring business. He said its 25-year presence in Williamsburg is “a testament to the quality of work you and your family do” and wished the team continued success.

Tony Goodman, the third-generation owner, attributed the store's success to his devoted team, thanking them for their honesty, integrity, and professionalism. “They have done a tremendous job,” he said in the report, expressing optimism for another 25 years of success.

The report noted that the new Goodman & Sons Jewelers boutique offers permanent jewelry services, a response to "popular demand." Permanent jewelry, typically welded or soldered together instead of utilizing a clasp, represents a current trend in the industry. The most common type is the bracelet.

In the report, Tony Goodman expressed enthusiasm about the new offering: “You can keep the jewelry on and never have to take it off. We hope to have a lot of success with it.”

Learn more in the entire report on Peninsula Chronicle.

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