Love silver jewelry pieces?
Quinn’s Goldsmith is closing their Occoquan retail location, and as they move into phase two of their store closing sale, owner Terry Quinn is bringing out thousands of silver pieces from storage.
Learn more about the store closing here. They will be keeping the Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center location open.
“I’m pulling out all of the silver I have acquired over the years. I actually bought a drum of silver jewelry from a vendor at a big show that we went to, and it weight 35 pounds,” said Quinn.
According to Quinn, he’s got pieces with different stores, like turquoise and opals, with unique designs.
“I guarantee you there’s over 1,000 pieces – there’s probably two or 3,000,” said Quinn.
There are also several jewelry types in the bundle – necklaces, rings, and bracelets of various sizes and styles, as well as silver chains.
All of the pieces are different, and they’re not items you’re going to see in any other jewelry store, as these items have been in retail circulation for a long time.
Especially with the popularity of silver jewelry and it being only a few weeks until the Christmas holiday, now is the great time to get a deal on one-of-a-kind silver pieces for your loved ones at Quinn’s store closing sale.
“We hope to see you soon,” said Quinn.
This promoted post was written in partnership between What’s Up Prince William and Quinn’s Goldsmith.