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SHFBNWNC-FAAs the holidays approach, it’s always comforting when we can take time and give thanks for all the wonderful things in our lives and help others that may not be as fortunate. With this in mind, Windsor Jewelers will be donating a portion of sales during the Thanksgiving weekend to The Second Harvest Food Bank as our way to give back to the community. We hope that our customers and friends will appreciate and support our efforts for this wonderful community organization.
We also want to thank each and every one of you for your support through the years and wish you a wonderful day of great food, friends and – most importantly – family.

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Looking to the craziness that will undoubtedly begin, I’d like to tell you about some great events going on at our store that will help with your holiday gift giving:


In CHARLOTTE, we will be hosting Frederic Sage and his stunning collection of fine jewelry Thursday and Friday, November 30th and December 1st.  His handmade designs are some of the world’s most innovative yet classic, and a perfect gift for all.
On Saturday, December 2nd we will be celebrating our annual Open House with representatives and expanded collections from Bell & Ross Watches, SydneyEvan, Rahaminov Diamonds and Tudor Watches.


In WINSTON-SALEM, we will be just as busy with Open House on Sunday, December 3rd with designers Charles Krypell and Frederic Sage IN PERSON to help select the perfect gifts for everyone on your list. Visit with representatives from Hermès Watches, Rahaminov Diamonds, Bell & Ross Watches, SydneyEvan and Tudor Watches and see the expanded collections that they’ll bring for this event.
At both Open Houses enjoy refreshments, interest-free financing and a chance to win a $1,000 Windsor Jewelers gift certificate.


With hundreds of items priced under $500, the best holiday gifts come wrapped in Windsor.

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Happy Thanksgiving!

– Ben

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