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Goodman & Sons Jewelers Marks 25 Years At Williamsburg Location

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JAMES CITY-Goodman & Sons Jewelers is celebrating 25 years in Williamsburg with the introduction of a new permanent jewelry boutique.

The family-owned business, which first began in 1947, has two locations, one in Hampton, and another in Williamsburg in Monticello Marketplace.

On Tuesday, June 27, the Greater Williamsburg Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting event for the store’s new permanent jewelry boutique, which is located within the establishment at 4640-11A Monticello Ave.

Roughly a dozen people attended the ceremony, including Virginia Delegate Amanda Batten as well as Christopher Johnson, director of economic development for James City County.

Johnson remembered when the business opened its Williamsburg location 25 years ago. For it to remain all these years later is “a testament to the quality of work you and your family do,” he said. “We wish you continued success.”

Tony Goodman, third-generation owner, credited the store’s success to his dedicated staff and thanked them for their honesty, integrity, and professionalism.

“They have done a tremendous job,” he said. “We are hoping for 25 years more.”

Goodman & Sons Jewelers specializes in bridal jewelry and other pieces. Tony Goodman said the business decided to add its permanent jewelry services by “popular demand.”

Permanent jewelry is a type of jewelry that is soldered or welded together instead of using a clasp. The most popular is the bracelet.

“It’s a new trend,” he said. “You can keep the jewelry on and never have to take it off.  We hope to have a lot of success with it.”

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