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In 1965 David Sherman became a member of the Appraisers Association of America which qualified him to appraise, as well as purchase, larger local estates. The estates purchased in the 1970s began to include more and finer lots of jewelry. The shop was, in fact, the first in the area to offer fascinating, one-of-a-kind pieces of quality jewelry at reasonable prices. By 1975 The Fine Arts Shop had moved to its present location near Hilton Village and jewelry, new and vintage, had become the focus of the business. Today The Fine Arts Shop is known primarily as one of the Peninsula's largest retail dealers in gold, diamonds, precious gems, and new and estate jewelry. The shop buys from approximately 50 manufacturers and diamond cutters, and yet still buys single items from individuals. Although The Fine Arts Shop has grown and changed steadily through the years, it remains a friendly neighborhood store, where customers bring in new babies for introduction and home baked cookies for the staff. David and Goldie Sherman's original philosophy remains unchanged: personal service, variety of inventory, and the fairest possible markup on the best quality merchandise in any price range.
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Hilton Vlg
Central Newport News, Rivermont
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Bernard C.



Extremely friendly and helpful. I went to buy an axe, it was dull with a loose head (which was fine), so I asked if they had the tools to fix it. They brought a Bastard file out of the back and sold it to me for cheap and comped me the masonry nails to tighten the head. I will 100% be going back to buy tools.


Phone: (757) 595-8339

Address: 10178 Warwick Blvd, Newport News, VA 23601


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