Fink’s Jewelers Opens 10th Store
It’s the company’s second location in Tennessee.
The 6,100-square-foot store features a selection of designer and diamond jewelry and timepieces, including a range of Rolex watches, as the store has been an Official Rolex Jeweler since 1964.
“We’re excited to put down roots in Franklin,” said Matthew Fink, president of Fink’s Jewelers.
“It’s a community with a rich history, a lively shopping and dining scene, and plenty of character. We’re looking forward to getting to know our neighbors in Franklin and helping them with all their fine jewelry and special occasion needs.”
Fink’s Jewelers was founded by Nathan Fink in Roanoke, Virginia, in 1930.
Fink was a pharmacist, but during the Great Depression, he began supplementing his income by selling jewelry on credit from a pushcart. He became known for his superb customer service, and the business flourished, the store said.
The nearly 100-year-old fine jewelry brand is known for its service of shoppers on the East Coast, with four locations in Virginia, four locations in North Carolina, and two stores in Tennessee, one in Chattanooga and its newest in Franklin.
Shoppers can visit the new store at 5019 Aspen Grove Drive in Franklin, Tennessee.
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