Jewellery retailer Matthew Stephens has opened a Swarovski shop-in-shop space in its multi-storey jewellery store in Limerick city centre.
The recently-opened area has been described as “off to a great start” in terms of sales, by Matthew Ryan of Matthew Stephens.
The retailer's third level, dubbed its fashion floor, includes jewellery brands Pandora, Links of London, Tresor Paris and Ti Sento.
“Stunning new jewellery, sparkling giftware and glamorous timepieces in the fashion floor make it the number one destination store for jewellery lovers of all ages,” said Ryan.
Matthew Stephens also announced that is it set to open a Thomas Sabo shop-in-shop within the next three weeks.
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