Susie Snow, center, and her mother, Sally Snow, left, check out some rings that have marked-down prices because Marshall's Jewelers will be closing. The sisters who own the store want to retire. Salesperson Lisa Doss assists the shoppers.
Sisters, Victoria, left, and Rita Marshall have decided to retire and close the 43-year-old Tucson jewelry store.
Marshall's will remain open until all of its inventory is gone. The jewelry is discounted up to 70 percent off. "There is over $6 million in inventory," says Rick Ausman, who works in Marshall's advertising department.
Marshall's Jewelers has been a part of Tucsonans' love stories for more than 40 years.