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New Jewelry Store Set to Open In July In Downtown Williamsburg

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A new jewelry store will open in downtown Williamsburg in July, taking over the space that was once occupied by LOKAL Café on Prince George Street.

Ryan Eure Designs will have a soft opening in July, though an exact date has not been determined.

“I have always wanted to open my own jewelry studio and gallery, and when I saw the location become available, I immediately took action,” Ryan Eure said. “Folks can expect the epitome of jewelry design.  We are a center of creativity, where fine jewelry meets fine art.”

Ryan Eure Designs carries a variety of jewelry for men and women, including bracelets, rings, earrings, and pendants.

The jewelry store replaces LOKAL Café, which closed its Prince George Street location at the end of May.

Eure, whose pieces are featured at other locations on the East Coast, is excited about the opening of his new store.

“I have been working my whole life for this,” Eure said. “I look forward to helping folks in Williamsburg create their dream piece of jewelry, to cherish their piece for a lifetime, and to capture treasured memories.”

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