Old San Juan Jewelers Opens Second Location in Painesville

Old San Juan Jewelers, a family owned and operated jewelry store serving the Cleveland Hispanic Village community since 2000, has opened up a second location at 220 Main Street in Painesville.


“Over the past two years, we have made strong ties to the Latino community in Painesville and we are proud to be a part of such a vibrant city,” said Selina Pagán, communications coordinator of Old San Juan Jewelers. “We look forward to building long lasting and genuine relationships with our new customers and new neighbors.”


Old San Juan Jewelers has been operating in Ohio City for the past 18 years under owners Ramon and Alexandra Pagán. They offer traditional jewelry for the Latino culture, including religious items. The business also offers jewelry repair services and layaway options.


“We are excited to have a new jewelry store in the downtown community” said Cathy Bieterman, Economic Development Director for Painesville. “It’s a nice, family-owned business to add to our diverse downtown and I look forward to watching them grow in Painesville.”


On Thursday, May 17 at 11:30 p.m., a ribbon cutting ceremony will take place at the new location in Painesville. All are welcome to attend.