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Levy Jewelers celebrates re-opening Posted: October 4, 2013 - 10:38pm | Updated: October 5, 2013 - 12:13am Photos Back | Next Photos by Steve Bisson/Savannah Morning NewsHilary and Lowell Kronowitz, center, prepare to cut the ribbon to their newly renovated Levy Jewelers located at the Oglethorpe Mall. The renovation adds 800 square feet of retail space. Back | Next Steve Bisson/Savannah Morning News -The Levy Jewelers at the Oglethorpe Mall re-opened Friday after renovations. Back | Next Hilary and Lowell Kronowitz at the newly renovated Levy Jewelers. Back | Next Steve Bisson/Savannah Morning News - The Levy Jewelers at the Oglethorpe Mall re-opened Friday after renovations. Tweets by @MaryMayle By Mary Carr Mayle
breitling W ith the snip of a ribbon Friday morning, Levy Jewelers owner Lowell Kronowitz and his staff welcomed patrons into their newly renovated store at Center Court in Oglethorpe Mall.
Replica Breitling Watch- AAA Grade Breitling Replicas The 3,000-square-foot store adds 800 square feet of retail selling space and features the new-to-Savannah launch of Swiss timepiece manufacturer Breitling.
breitling watches for sale “Since 1952, this all-Swiss watch has been the official partner of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association,” said Kronowitz, the fourth-generation owner of the iconic Savannah jewelry business begun in 1900 by his great-grandfather Aaron Levy.
swiss made breitling replica watches In addition to Breitling, the store will feature a much expanded selection of retailers such as David Yurman, John Hardy, Mikimoto and Tag Heuer, as well as its diamond and bridal jewelry collection and a dedicated Pandora shop.
breitling swiss replica Full-service jewelry and watch repair also will be offered.
Breitling replica watches for sale The re-opening marks the completion of several years of projects for the family-owned business that, in the fall of 2010, ventured beyond Savannah for the first time to open a store in the trendy St. John’s Town Center in Jacksonville, Fla.
Last year, the company moved its longtime flagship store from 101 E. Broughton St. to the corner of Bull and Broughton streets, doubling its retail space in the heart of downtown Savannah.
“Everything is new and fresh now,” Kronowitz said Friday, adding that this most recent project could not have been accomplished without an exceptional team, both within and outside the organization.
“While this was an extensive renovation, we only had to shut our doors for three weeks,” he said. “J.T. Turner Construction worked 24/7 in cooperation with our Oglethorpe Mall staff to get the job done beautifully and efficiently.
“I’m really proud of the whole team.”Comment Follow This Article 0 Explore more of SavannahNow.com Most Commented Most Viewed Stories Highest Rated Recent Comments Tolbert puts three officers on ice pending probe Letters to the Editor Friday Savannah City Council approves ethics commission following complaint Chatham GOP reaches out to younger voters, women and minorities Film office firing: A low point Georgia Southern pencils in Banks for B-back against Samford 11:12am Tolbert puts three officers on ice pending probe 12:17am High school standings Twitter dishes tantalizing tidbits in IPO treatise 12:14am Streeter Cartoon: Jack in a Box Film office firing: A low point Compromise, negotiation, accomodation Poor LTE's today..... Unmitigated stupidity VOTE AGAINST SPLOST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! "There are two sides ...