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Wednesday, 27 March 2013 09:57
(From left) Bob Beall, Kyle Beall, Pat Aftoora,Tom Beall, and Terry Beall poseĀ  in front of a wall of clocks at the Bowling Green location of Vanderhoff Jewelers. (Photo: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)
Vanderhoff's, a fourth-generation family-owned business and full-service jeweler, has opened a new store in Bowling Green.
The new store is located at 1039 Haskins Road and occupies the site of the former Klevers Jewelry.
While Vanderhoff's is a new business to the area, members of the Vanderhoff family have been providing jewelry, clock and watch repair for residents for many years. Vanderhoff's completed service work for Klevers.
"As Mr. Klever was reaching his retirement, we have been in negotiations with him to continue on," said third-generation owner Terry Beall.
"Bowling Green is a great community. There aren't any chain stores here. It's just three local jewelers."
Vanderhoff's was started by Terry's grandfather in 1954 out of his home in Findlay. The business has now passed through four generations including Terry and his brothers, Bob and Tom Beall, and their sons. Bob Beall is the store manager.
"All of the service work is done by us. Most jewelers outsource it," Bob Beall said. "We try to do things jewelers used to do that they don't anymore."
Services offered include watch repair and restoration; clock repair and restoration; jewelry repair and restoration; engraving; buying and selling of gold, silver and coins; and appraisals. Plans are also in the works to offer glass etching.
The store also offers a variety of products including watches, pocket watches, clocks, bridal sets, diamonds and gold, rings, earrings, keepsakes, bracelets, necklaces, picture frames and more.
Vanderhoff's is open 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. The store can be reached at (419) 353-6691.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 March 2013 11:29

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