Wilson & Son Jewelers Expands with New Space

IndependentsOct 18, 2021

Wilson & Son Jewelers Expands with New Space

The Scarsdale, New York retailer is moving into a 5,500-square-foot store just a short walk from where it’s been for 116 years.

Scarsdale, N.Y.—Wilson & Son Jewelers is moving to a new location, effectively doubling its space. 
The retailer will relocate to the iconic Harwood Building in the center of the Scarsdale Village shops, just a short walk from the location it’s been in for the last 116 years.  
Wilson & Son will combine the space occupied by four former retailers into one larger store, occupying 5,500 square feet on two levels. 
The team expects to make the move in early November. 
With the relocation, it will add new lines to its collection of branded jewelry, a larger Rolex showroom, more private spaces for consultations with clients, trunk shows, and designer presentations, and a larger service and repair area. 
Founded in 1905 by Morris Wilson, Wilson & Son is one of the oldest continuing family-owned businesses in New York’s Westchester County. 
The store is currently owned and operated by the fourth generation, Mike and Matt Wilson.
“We are so pleased that we are able to expand our business and do it in the Village of Scarsdale,” Matt said. “When the opportunity presented itself last year, it was not a difficult decision for us. Mike and I jumped on it pretty quickly.”

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Brecken Branstratoris the senior editor, gemstones at National Jeweler, covering sourcing, pricing and other developments in the colored stone sector.

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