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White Jewelers

211 E. Liberty St.
33-264-3324

White Jewelers has been in downtown Wooster since the early 1930’s. Orelin White started the business, followed by his daughter Chell, and today it is owned by his granddaughter Heather Kobilarcsik. White Jeweler’s is proud to be a third generation jeweler, celebrating 88 years.

Heather and her employees truly enjoy the relationships they have established with their customers over their many years serving Wooster and Wayne County. They believe that jewelry shopping should be a fun exciting experience. Commemorating a special moment in your life with…..

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What Others Are Saying

Judy Mowrer
I have been in Wooster full-time since 1983 after spending 2 years here in the early 70’s and working downtown in The Wm. Annat Company’s credit office.  Friday nights and Saturdays were always busy!   I have seen downtown become, once again, a vibrant hub that gives you diverse and unique dining and shopping experiences.  Other than a trip out of town to The Rail a couple times, I truly cannot remember the last time I had to leave Wooster for something better!
Judy Mowrer