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The Goldmine Jewelers Owners to Retire with Liquidation Sale October 02, 2023 (0 comments)


New Hartford, NY--After serving the Greater Utica area for 44 years, Tom and Nancy Lennon, founders of the Goldmine Jewelers, are retiring. To mark the end of an era, the Lennons holding a farewell sale with unprecedented prices on everything in the store.

Tom is a third-generation jeweler, following in the footsteps of his grandfather, father and uncle. Tom and Nancy met in 1976, at Bowman Technical Institute's Jewelers School in Lancaster, Pa.

After graduating in 1979, Tom and Nancy founded the Goldmine Jewelers, which became the first store at the former Charlestown Mall, where they stayed for 13 years. They moved to their current location, 4662 Commercial Drive in New Hartford, New York, in 1991, where The Goldmine became the longest standing establishment in the Men's Warehouse Plaza.

The Goldmine Jewelers became known as a one-of-a-kind shop with a selection of custom jewelry, engagement rings, wedding rings and timeless pieces.

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