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What's in Store: Gold Creations

What's in Store: Gold Creations
Gold Creations was founded in 1975 by Glenn and Vicki Wolfe, and has been selling jewelry and covetable treasures in the Charleston City Market ever since. Just in time for the holidays, we bring you a special edition of “What’s in Store,” delivering some gift-giving inspo along the way.

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