Shannon’s Jewellers has announced that after 95 years in business, due to Covid-19 circumstances, the shop will close.
Additionally, the business said it has a number of pieces that have been in for repair which need to be returned to their owners, yet current Covid-19 restrictions in Northern Ireland have “made this difficult”.
To combat this, as of 12 April for a two-week window, the group will arrange a “click and collect” system to reunite these items with their owners whilst following the lockdown restrictions set out by the NI executive.
In a published statement, Shannon’s Jewellers said: “We sincerely want to thank our customers who have supported us as a family business over the years and generations. We have always delighted in being a part of your lives and memory making, be it buying a first watch, choosing an engagement ring to start a life together or perhaps purchasing gifts for those you love the most.
“Finally, a huge thank you to our staff, both current and in the past who have worked so meticulously and with dedication, creating the experience that Shannon’s customers have come to know and appreciate over the years.”