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The company previously had 6 stores.

Wisconsin’s A&E Jewelers is closing its two remaining stores, located in Oshkosh and Neenah.

It has already closed its stores in Fond Du Lac and Appleton, the Post-Crescent reports.

Corrine Meyer, co-owner of the stores, wrote in a note to USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin: “We would like to thank our loyal customers. It has been a privilege and an honor to be part of your journey.”

The owners did not state a reason for their decision to close.

In the past, the company had as many as a half-dozen stores along with a Pandora boutique, according to the Post-Crescent.

Read more at the Post-Crescent

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