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Kelly Waters Acquires Legere and Lindsay & Co.

The brands focus on men’s jewelry.

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Two of the jewelry industry’s oldest and most respected men’s jewelry names have been given new life by the acquisition of Legere and Lindsay & Co. by Boston-based Kelly Waters. After generations of ownership, the Arenburg family has turned over the reins to Kelly Waters, one of the country’s leading suppliers of women’s and men’s jewelry.

“We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to revitalize two great brands,” says Ed Waters, CEO of Kelly Waters. “We, like the previous owners, are a family-owned business. Founded in 1962 by our parents, the Company today is owned by me and my brother, Jack.”

Kelly Waters’ plans include a greatly enhanced product selection, an updated and easy-to-use website, improved delivery and proactive customer support. “We see an increased demand for men’s jewelry,” says Waters, “and we plan to be a major player in this resurgence.”

For more information, contact [email protected] or call 800-647-7017.

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