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Jeffrey Jewelry to celebrate ‘silver anniversary’ after completing store renovations




Ray Wise (left) and Ty Cooper, of Jeffrey Jewelry. (Contributed Photo)

Tiffin, Ohio — Jeffrey Jewelry will be celebrating their “silver anniversary” after completing renovations on the store, marking 25 years at Wolfe Creek Plaza in Tiffin.

The Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors will host a ribbon cutting and After Five Networking Event on Nov. 10, 2022, from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m., with a ribbon cutting at 5 p.m. The After Five Networking Event will include light appetizers and refreshments.

The renovated Jeffrey Jewelry features up-to-date lighting, acoustics, paint, and modern accents creating a much brighter showroom.

Their on-site shop and diamond lab were also updated by adding several new machines to stay on the forefront of technology.

The “new look” Jeffrey Jewelry will showcase 25% more inventory, featuring several new designer lines.

An exciting new service is their Forever Jewelry Station; allowing customers to choose a bracelet, anklet, necklace, or ring style to have “zapped” onto them without a clasp.

Their diamond inventory: both loose and mounted, will be the largest they’ve ever had heading into the Holiday Season.

They’ve also added a triple kegerator and a Jeffrey Jewelry Private Reserve Bourbon Barrel to their in-house Gold Bar.

Jeffrey Jewelry was established in October of 1946 at 90 South Washington Street in downtown Tiffin, where it gained a loyal following and thrived until 1974.

It then moved to 240 West Market Street to what was then known as The San Mar Center. Charles Cooper brought his jewelry knowledge to the community in 1975, with a philosophy of treating customers as family. He ultimately purchased the business in 1978.

Jeffrey Jewelry continued to prosper and grow, resulting in an expansion in the mid 1980s. Cooper and his team continued to provide new products and services at their San Mar location. In 1997, Cooper, along with his son Ty Cooper, built what is now known as the Wolf Creek Plaza.

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