Waltons of Chester have announced the imminent closure of their shop on the Rows after 112 years in the iconic location.
The stunning location of their flagship store, at the end of the rows by The Cross, and the premises by the famous Eastgate bridge, has made it perhaps the most photographed business in the city.
A closing down sale will begin on Saturday, November 20, in the 45 Eastgate Street premises.
Over £2 million worth of jewellery will be available at 50 per cent off in the final weeks of trading, and the sale will offer shoppers a final chance to get a peek inside the historic premises, located near the Eastgate clock.
Waltons of Chester was founded by Bertram Walton in 1909. The first location to open was the recognisable store at The Cross, which was followed in 1917 by the opening of the Eastgate shop and in 1935 by the Wrexham branch.
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