SALAMANCA — After opening up shop last October in a storefront of the Ray Evans Seneca Theater, the Silver Bells Holiday Shop has settled into its new location — moving right down the road to 67 Main St. in Salamanca’s historic Nies Block.
Customers will notice a space far larger than the previous storefront, while retaining the same small-town warmth and nostalgia that makes it a truly special experience.
Celebrating the shop's grand re-opening this past October, owner Brian Yaworski seems especially excited by the increased stockroom the new space provides.
“It’s nice to be able to hold more products in store, given this year's increase in online sales,” he said. It seems important now more than ever to support local businesses’ and their owners.
“We’ve got something in here for any customer, in price range and personal taste,” Yaworski said, “from one dollar all the way up to $500, for a customer looking for just one specialty tree ornament to a living room centerpiece set.”
Silver Bells Holiday Shop offers a more specialty item product line than general holiday goods, featuring a variety of detailed tree ornaments, ceramic tabletop Christmas trees, glitter globes — a fresh take on the classic snow globe — and dozens more gifts and decorations ranging from the heartwarming to the downright hilarious.
Greeting cards, specialty gifts, classic toys and a wide variety of candies and pastries can be found in the shop as well.
Silver Bells also features products for all seasons and holidays, offering spring, summer and fall themed pieces as well. As Yaworski puts it, “we’re Christmas, and so much more.”
Aside from their product line, Silver Bells also provides several services to its customers. Gift wrapping, ornament personalization and stocking embroidery are all available to help make the holidays truly unique.
Silver Bells Holiday Shop is open seven days a week, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The new storefront on Main Street is open for business and should be considered a must-stop destination for anyone looking to start, or finish, their Christmas shopping for the upcoming holiday.