Traditions Fine Jewelers Celebrates New Design, Branding at One Year Anniversary
Monday, the Lexington Chamber and Visitors Center and other community members celebrated the grand opening of Traditions Fine Jewelers.
Scott Satterfield, consultant and former owner of Jewelry Warehouse, is excited to continue the values and services he and his family have built and
that are now a part of Traditions Fine Jewelers.
With its fresh new design and branding, Traditions is now hitting its one-year anniversary with ten employees and is looking to add a second store next
Traditions offers assortments of jewelry, silver, gold, diamonds and pearls under one roof where many other jewelry stores are either high end or promotional.
They also have the same variety of products in the South Carolina and Clemson shops adjacent to the store.
Price does not determine the quality of service you get and there is a wide selection of jewelry for all budgets. Satterfield and his team love working
to find just the right product to help you show your love and happiness in a relationship or special occasion.
“Price is not a determining factor of what’s important,” shared Satterfield. “Sometimes the smallest simplest item that conveys a moment in someone’s life
is the most treasured.”
Traditions is so happy to call Lexington home with because of its close-knit community and support of local business. Visit Traditions Fine Jewelers at
5134 Sunset Boulevard in Lexington to receive that extra special care in finding your jewelry, gamecock or tiger apparel.