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A more luxurious look is the Juwelier Ris and the huge sale to make room is the Jutter

A more luxurious look is the Juwelier Ris and the huge sale to make room is the Jutter

IJMUIDEN – No one has ever complained about the design and look of jeweler Reiss, but Mitchell wants this work more: “I paint it to this day and put my own stamp on it more,” he says. The store was last renovated eight years ago and he believes the time is right now.

Written by Ingeborg Baumann

There will be some more luxurious sets in the already comprehensive collection. “There will be more seating to provide customers with a calm and pleasant environment in which they can choose. “There will also be a new facade so that the front view will be more beautiful, and the shop window will be removed,” says the sympathetic and enthusiastic businessman.

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He entered the business twelve years ago. “My father always told me to look for a boss and not come and work for him. Now I love my profession the best there is, it is my passion.” The collection is also being upgraded. New brands are being added, such as watches from the luxury company Ebel. “There are fewer Famous jewelers in the country, so we also have clients from Haarlem, Sparendam and even Amsterdam.” Reiss is a beautiful place and you can park your car outside the door. Mitchell: “This renovation was not necessary. But we want to pamper our customers even more and create a family atmosphere, which is exactly what I want.” “


The business will be closed for approximately six weeks in mid-August. Don’t panic because the emergency store will be located across the street to make repairs and as a point of contact. Sales are also possible there by appointment. Major clearance sales with very nice discounts until mid-August. “Then the ceremonial (re)opening on September 28, how can I make that a surprise,” he says. At the moment this sale is very interesting. The shop window is full of beautiful things, so be sure to take a look. Marktplein 17, IJmuiden.

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Mitchell for the shop window, which will be completely replaced, but first the big clearing must be done. (Photo: Ingeborg Baumann)