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Perlman Fine Jewelry holds grand opening

Corey Perlman, owner of Perlman Fine Jewelry located at 301 W. State St. in downtown Geneva, prepares to cut the ribbon during a grand opening ceremony presented by the Geneva Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Feb. 7. The shop fills the vacancy in the building located on prominent corner in downtown. The building had been occupied by the Kiss the Sky record store before the owner moved the shop to Batavia. Perlman renovated the space, including by exposing the orginal 1920s ceiling.
Corey Perlman, owner of Perlman Fine Jewelry located at 301 W. State St. in downtown Geneva, prepares to cut the ribbon during a grand opening ceremony presented by the Geneva Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Feb. 7. The shop fills the vacancy in the building located on prominent corner in downtown. The building had been occupied by the Kiss the Sky record store before the owner moved the shop to Batavia. Perlman renovated the space, including by exposing the orginal 1920s ceiling.

Corey Perlman, owner of Perlman Fine Jewelry located at 301 W. State St. in downtown Geneva, prepares to cut the ribbon during a grand opening ceremony presented by the Geneva Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Feb. 7. The shop fills the vacancy in the building located on prominent corner in downtown. The building had been occupied by the Kiss the Sky record store before the owner moved the shop to Batavia. Perlman renovated the space, including by exposing the orginal 1920s ceiling.

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