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Yardley Jewelers Concludes Retail Operations With Monumental Sale October 31, 2023 (0 comments)

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Yardley, PA--Yardley Jewelers, a staple of Bucks County for almost 50 years, is winding down its retail venture. Esteemed for its jewelry and personal service, the local gem will soon sparkle in a different light, focusing solely on bespoke jewelry design and expert repair services.

[Image via Yardley Jewelers/Facebook]

Barry and Mary Jane DiNola, the duo behind the shop, have been the artisans of keepsakes for generations. "We've been fortunate to serve our customers in this great community and beyond for so many years," said Yardley Jewelers co-owner Barry DiNola in a report published in Philly Burbs.

"We take great pride in creating custom pieces that perfectly capture and celebrate life's milestones, and last a lifetime," DiNola added in the report.

Located at the heart of Yardley since 1977, the shop became more than a business; it became a local landmark at 2 South Main Street. With the end of retail operations set for Thursday, Oct. 26, the DiNolas will hold a grand liquidation sale extending until Dec. 2.

The shift comes as the DiNolas align with the evolving landscape of business, choosing to focus on their strengths in unique design and personalized jewelry services.

This transition will not only mark the end of an era but also an opportunity for jewelry enthusiasts to acquire pieces at remarkable value during the liquidation event. From bespoke creations by Barry DiNola to an assortment of vintage and bridal collections, the sale promises to showcase the shop's finest.

In preparation for this final retail celebration, the DiNolas have expressed their heartfelt thanks to their patrons through a heartfelt statement, "This will be the largest sale in the 48-year history of the business…and the last! This is a chance for you to obtain the jewelry pieces you've always dreamed about," the statement said, per their website.

"Every price will be cut for this storewide event — 25% to 70% — and even the store showcases are for sale," the statement added.

As a token of appreciation, the sale will also feature over $2,000 in raffle prizes and special gift checks.

Learn more in the entire report in Philly Burbs.

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