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Blend the Old and New at Musselman Jewelers, the Oldest in Bethlehem

February 27th, 2018 |

Bethlehem is a historical city. It was already historical even 150 years ago! There are many city blocks, especially near the Moravian Central Church at Main and Church streets, where there’s more history than you could take in a day. It’s that blend of history and progress, including making our loved city a destination for those from throughout the world, something that you can’t find in many other locations throughout the United States.

It’s not something you can just create.

And, much like the city, we understand that the residents of Bethlehem are very fond of their own historical artifacts, namely, their jewelry or watches.

Whether your jewelry is from this Valentine’s Day or your grandmother’s from decades ago, Musselman Jewelers at 420 Main Street can repair and clean your piece to bring it back to its original luster.

Musselman Jewelers is Bethlehem’s oldest jeweler and with that comes a level of responsibility. Not only do we continue to bring the best in new pieces that may start their own tradition as family heirlooms, but we also want to make sure that your heirlooms from generations past are kept or returned to the best condition possible.

Living amongst the history in downtown Bethlehem, especially at our little corner of Main Street, is special. We love being a part of a vibrant downtown that, while steeped in history, is teeming with new shops and restaurants and has the rustling of foot traffic throughout the year.

So, no matter whether you’d like to check out something new, or just want to keep something that means the world to you looking its best, come in and see what the oldest jeweler in all of Bethlehem is up to. You might be surprised!

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