Cincinnati’s Stafford Jewelers holds clearance sale before closing for good

Staford Jewelers

Stafford Jewelers in Cincinnati is holding a clearance sale before closing its doors for good as its owner Amy Stafford retire.

The 25-year-old business, which once had three locations in the city, is an authorized dealer for Chopard, IWC, Carl F. Bucherer, Omega and Breitling.

Stafford Jeweler was founded in 1994 at the Kenwood Towne Centre, by the late Jim Stafford and his wife Amy and became a landmark destination for fine diamonds, and top jewelry brands and Swiss timepieces.

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A clearance sale is now on at Kenwood Towne Centre, 7875 Montgomery Road.

“We are thankful for our customers’ patronage over the years, and happy to offer our entire inventory to the community for such extraordinary value,” says Amy Stafford.

“It‘s an enormous opportunity to get the brands you love at significant savings, up to 70% off on high-quality diamonds and color gemstones, engagement and wedding rings, designer jewelry, and Swiss watch brands.”

The store will remain open until the entire inventory is sold, a statement from the company promises.

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