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From flooded to fabulous!

— Finders Keepers Jewelry Galore had their grand opening celebration last Friday at their new location, 309 W. 2nd Avenue in the SODO district, complete with a ribbon cutting by representatives from Greater Spokane Inc. Deena Moe Caruso had to move from Finders Keepers' long time Carnegie Square location because of a burst pipe in the building that literally destroyed the original store on June 21.

Deena and her dedicated staff worked day and night to first, find a new location; get it ready to move into, (painting, lighting, displays, decor) salvage what they could from the old flooded store, move in, creatively display the thousands of items of merchandise and re-open the business. Amazingly it all happened in just 45 days! The sparkling new store is impressive; it is beautifully designed and stylish, yet quite comfortable. They offer a huge selection of all kinds of jewelry, from rhinestones to diamonds, from $5 to $25,000. There are over 5,000 pairs of one-of-a-kind earrings and thousands more of necklaces, rings, and men's jewelry including hundreds of pairs of cufflinks, as well as estate jewelry. They specialize in bridal and wedding party jewelry. If, after all that inventory, you can't find the exact right piece, Finders Keepers also offers in-store jewelry design.
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The store also has a selection of Deena Moe Caruso's exclusive line of designer headbands, which have been featured in many national fashion magazines, including O. The walls of the shop will feature monthly showings of local artists. The grand opening party coincided with First Friday, with Edward W. Gilmore as Finders Keepers' featured artist; his artwork will be on display through the month of August at the store. Congratulations Finders Keepers!

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