Don Whisnant Fine Jewelry has you covered, even if you are the forgetful type. After all having Valentine ’s Day on a Monday has its advantages; you’ll have more time to shop for your honey.
Whisnant’s are still located on Ambassador Caffery, but just down from their previous location. Their new address is 4023 Ambassador Caffery, in the Caffery Plaza Building on the first floor right off the lobby in Suite 112, just across from Courtesy Cadillac. Conveniently park right outside the front door and walk in.
Don Whisnant Fine Jewelry has wonderful sterling silver and freshwater pearl jewelry. They make for a very special gift for any occasion and without breaking your budget.
But, if the finer side of the jewelry spectrum is what you desire, Don Whisnant Fine Jewelry has everything you’ll want and more, including the most unique Antique inspired jewelry you’ll find anywhere. Thanks Don for rescuing those in need of good taste!
Store Hours are: Monday – Friday 9:30am – 5pm. OPEN THIS SATURDAY, February 12 from 10am – 3pm. And, always by appointment 337.981.7744.
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