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Wehrly Bros Ltd - Jewellers
Sligo Town, Co. Sligo
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Wehrly Bros. is a family jewellers in Sligo Town, established in the 1870s with a strong tradition for quality. Their aim is to provide customers with quality branded items at affordable prices.

Wehrly Jewellers have been at the heart of Sligo since 1875. Four generations of the Wehrly family have worked in the business in its present location on O’Connell Street in Sligo Town, ensuring the highest quality and service standards. They stock a selection of exclusive brands, from the very latest fashionable jewellery to the most prestigious names in the watch world.

They pride themselves on their extensive range of Engagement rings and their range of Wedding Bands is also extensive including the Raphael Collection. They are stockists of major jewellery brands such as Pandora, Paul Costelloe, John Rocha Jewellery, Coeur de Lion, Killarney Crystal, Giorgio Martello, Molly Brown Deisgner Jewellery for Kids, Daisy Jewellery, Phantasya Jewellery, Thomas Sabo Charm Club, and Ti Sento Jewellery.

They also stock a variety of giftware for all occasions: christenings, weddings, anniversaries, prize-givings and corporate occasions. Their giftware section includes Cross Pens, Newbridge Homeware, Waterford Crystal, and Royal Selangor.

In their workshop they provide an engraving service free of charge on items purchased in the shop. They size rings on the premises and now also offer a 24 hour Rhodium Plating Service for white gold rings and jewellery.

They are members of the Company of Master Jewellers, an exclusive group of independent jewellers which strive to uphold the highest standards of quality and professionalism in the retail jewellery trade and are also long standing members of the Retail Jewellers of Ireland.

Contact details
3 O'Connell St, Abbeyquarter North, Sligo, Ireland
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