Croghan’s Jewel Box hosts rare sale this Sat. Aug. 17


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Downtown’s gem of a jewelry store, Croghan’s, hosts a huge sale in their courtyard this Sat. Aug. 17, 9 a.m.-noon. The store rarely hosts sales, so if you’re looking for something sparkly and new (or old and vintage chic), you’re going to want to check this out.

The store will have $10, $20, and $30 tables and up to 75 percent off fine jewelry. There will be Gold Bug Collection sample pieces (ones that may have a few scratches or dents) on deck as well.

Croghan’s promises a “myriad of surprises” so swing on by to see what they have in store. 

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