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Silver Sensations Reopens in Downtown Napa

The longtime Napa jewelry store has opened for business on First Street, across from The Beaded Nomad, Playful Garden/Playful Digs and Sushi Mambo.

Nearly two months after Scott Leonard closed his jewelry store at Napa Town Center, Silver Sensations has reopened on First Street at the corner with Coombs Plaza.

"We closed the old store Oct. 7," said a paint-stained Leonard Friday, as he took a break from putting the finishing touches on his new shop.

The Silver Sensations move fills in the last remaining vacancy at the First and Coombs intersection. Just weeks ago, half the storefronts there were empty: Now Silver Sensations and The Beaded Nomad, on the east side of Coombs, have joined Sushi Mambo and Playful Garden/Playful Digs on the west side.

Relocating also allowed Leonard to stay with his longtime landlords George Altamura, Sr. and George Altamura, Jr., who own the First Street building.

The Napa Town Center is slated for renovation by its new owner, Todd Zapolski.

Silver Sensations imports silver and gold jewelry and gems from 24 countries, Leonard said. He also executes custom designs.

Vital stats: Silver Sensations, 1146 First St., Napa, (707) 252-8953. Open daily.

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Cathy Gumina Odom December 03, 2012 at 04:38 PM
Cool! We spent Saturday shopping with the teenager, at Betty's Girl Boutique, Kohl's, McCaulou's, and Sushi Mambo for lunch. Sushi had a 10% off coupon with the bill for Playful Gardne across the street. I'm eying a metal dog Labrador retriever in the window of Playful Garden. I'm wondering if they can also get a Rottweiler so my girl Rottie doesn't feel left out?
Ash Leigh December 03, 2012 at 06:26 PM
I think this is a better location for the store. It was too, hidden away before.

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