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Schiffman’s Jewelers wants to add some extra sparkle and luxury to your jewelry collection! Enter to win a David Yurman sterling silver initial-charm necklace with diamonds from the Cable Collectables

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Schiffman’s Jewelers wants to add some extra sparkle and luxury to your jewelry collection! Enter to win a David Yurman sterling silver initial-charm necklace with diamonds from the Cable Collectables

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Schiffman’s Jewelers wants to add some extra sparkle and luxury to your jewelry collection! Enter to win a David Yurman sterling silver initial-charm necklace with diamonds from the Cable Collectables

Schiffman’s David Yurman Jewelry Giveaway

Schiffman’s Jewelers wants to add some extra sparkle and luxury to your jewelry collection! Enter to win a David Yurman sterling silver initial-charm necklace with diamonds from the Cable Collectables Collection, featuring a diamond initial of your choice on a 16- to 18-inch adjustable chain.

 

 


Since its founding in 1893, Schiffman’s Jewelers has served as the trusted resource for exquisite diamonds, jewelry, fine watches, and giftware for generations of families in the Piedmont Triad region. Now under the leadership of the family’s fourth generation, Schiffman’s represents many celebrated collections including fine timepieces by Rolex, Omega, Tudor; exceptional diamonds and designer jewelry by Hearts On Fire, Harry Kotlar, David Yurman, Lagos, Roberto Coin, John Hardy, Mikimoto, Marco Bicego, Penny Preville, Wellendorff; and giftware brands by Herend, Simon Pierce, Waterford, and more. On-site customer services include comprehensive jewelry and watch repair services, and appraisal and buying services. One of the oldest family-run businesses in North Carolina, Schiffman’s was named as the 2014 NC Family Business of the Year by Wake Forest University Family Business Center. For 127 years the Schiffman family has enjoyed serving the Triad community with two locations in Greensboro (225 South Elm Street and Friendly Center) and at Stratford Village in Winston-Salem.

This story was published on Oct 04, 2020

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