New jewelry store opens in Harlan


Joe P. Asher|Daily Enterprise Jewelry Consignment Boutique, LLC is open for business at 205 Central Street in downton Harlan. A ribbon cutting ceremony with the owners, friends, family and customers in attendance was held on Wednesday. The shop, co-owned by Lanola Parsons and Teresa Gray, is at the former location of Jewels By Jordan across from the Harlan County Courthouse. The store will be open five days a week, from 9:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. and later by appointment. It is a full service jewelry store, offering custom designs, repairs, ring sizing, stone setting, engraving, ear piercing and more.


Joe P. Asher|Daily Enterprise

Jewelry Consignment Boutique, LLC is open for business at 205 Central Street in downton Harlan. A ribbon cutting ceremony with the owners, friends, family and customers in attendance was held on Wednesday. The shop, co-owned by Lanola Parsons and Teresa Gray, is at the former location of Jewels By Jordan across from the Harlan County Courthouse. The store will be open five days a week, from 9:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. and later by appointment. It is a full service jewelry store, offering custom designs, repairs, ring sizing, stone setting, engraving, ear piercing and more.

Joe P. Asher|Daily Enterprise Jewelry Consignment Boutique, LLC is open for business at 205 Central Street in downton Harlan. A ribbon cutting ceremony with the owners, friends, family and customers in attendance was held on Wednesday. The shop, co-owned by Lanola Parsons and Teresa Gray, is at the former location of Jewels By Jordan across from the Harlan County Courthouse. The store will be open five days a week, from 9:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. and later by appointment. It is a full service jewelry store, offering custom designs, repairs, ring sizing, stone setting, engraving, ear piercing and more.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_StoreOpen.jpgJoe P. Asher|Daily Enterprise Jewelry Consignment Boutique, LLC is open for business at 205 Central Street in downton Harlan. A ribbon cutting ceremony with the owners, friends, family and customers in attendance was held on Wednesday. The shop, co-owned by Lanola Parsons and Teresa Gray, is at the former location of Jewels By Jordan across from the Harlan County Courthouse. The store will be open five days a week, from 9:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. and later by appointment. It is a full service jewelry store, offering custom designs, repairs, ring sizing, stone setting, engraving, ear piercing and more.
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