Fairfield jeweler in business for over 100 years is closing

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J. Albert Johnson Jewelers in Fairfield is closing after more than 100 years in business.

David and Judy Kiselstein have run the store themselves for 45 years and are planning to retire.

The shop began a sale Tuesday that will last until it runs out of inventory. It includes items like diamond rings and necklaces that are being sold at a large discount, some half off.

David Kiselstein plans to pursue his passion for flying during retirement.

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