STORES — jewelry — wholesale or retail
This classification applies to stores principally (in excess of 50% of gross receipts) engaged in the sale of jewelry items, including but not limited to rings, earrings, bracelets, necklaces, watches and costume jewelry that are intended for personal adornment. This classification includes repairing, polishing or engraving jewelry when performed by a retail jewelry store for individual customers.
This classification also applies to stores engaged in the sale of gems and precious and semiprecious stones; hearing aids; coins; and trophies, badges and medals.
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This classification includes repairing, polishing, or engraving jewelry when performed by a retail jewelry store for individual customers.
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