Nelson Coleman Jewelers has been serving generations of Baltimore families for well over 100 years. In honor and appreciation of you, Chris Coleman is holding a Grand Retirement Celebration with savings up to 70% off.
“Hi, I’m Chris Coleman, and I’m proud of our tradition of world-class jewelry at reasonable prices coupled with authentic care for our customers and none of that will ever change.” – Chris
There are big changes afoot at Baltimore’s oldest jeweler, and we want to let you, our loyal customers, know first. After many years in the jewelry business here in Baltimore, Chris Coleman has decided to retire. But what happens now?
Baltimore’s oldest jewelry store customers can save up to 70% during the Grand Retirement Celebration and look forward to new innovations in the future! We are offering you truly exceptional prices on Baltimore’s best jewelry. These discounts are never before seen in this area and simply unheard of for Nelson Coleman Jewelers. We carefully examined our inventory and drastically reduced our prices on outstanding pieces.
Changes Afoot at Nelson Coleman Jewelers
Chris Coleman has welcomed a younger Coleman, Amanda Coleman-Phelps as the sixth generation owner and general manager. Amanda has plans to continue working with benchmarking groups and paying attention to trends and other industry leaders. You can learn more about her plans for the future in an exclusive interview by JCK, America’s 10 Oldest Jewelers: Nelson Coleman Jewelers.
Chris wants to give our customers appreciation and thanks through his retirement sale.
“I am grateful to each of you for your many years of loyalty and friendship. At these amazing prices, you can plan ahead for all your gift giving needs.” – Chris
Chris’ Baltimore Jeweler Legacy
Chris Coleman stepped into the store to help with administrative work and became a “fixer”. He persevered through the hard jobs we would all cringe at doing. He implemented a “mall model” where even managers share the same duties as the sales team. You can spot managers vacuuming the floor even today.
Chris is proud that the, now sixth generation, store is growing to benefit employees and clients alike. He is most proud of his family members, his wife Peggy, Amanda his daughter, and his brother Mark. He knows he is handing the store off to the right people. He expressed how proud he is that Mark has worked hard and found his place in the store where he can do what he is best at. It means so much to Chris that Mark is able to enjoy his role and succeed alongside of Amanda as they prepare the store for growth.
The man who has worked hard to make Nelson Coleman Jewelers what it is since 1977 is stepping down. Chris has been known to go the extra mile, literally. He’s hand delivered diamonds to a customer. He has spent his time sticking up for his employees, quality of our products, and creating an environment to encourage returning customers.
It’s time to celebrate 35 years of dedication!