Daniel Low & Co. Making Their Store Larger and More Attractive
Salem, Mass., July 15.—Daniel Low & Co., jewelers and silversmiths, are making extensive alterations and enlargements in their store. All of the remaining room, formerly used by a bank, will be added to the present floor space of the firm. All partitions will be removed and the upper story being supported by stout and handsome white columns. This will give a floor area of about 2,500 square feet, making the store one of the largest and finest in this State devoted to the jewelry business, outside of Boston. It is to be fitted with plate glass show cases, finished in mahogany. Massive windows will allow a flood of light to enter the remotest corner of the store, and every convenience will be afforded purchasers to examine their goods. It is expected that the alterations, which have been in progress for some time, will be completed by Sept. 1. In order to make room for mechanics to work the firm are conducting a clearance sale.
Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 24th July 1901