Why Lowell Kronowitz is Much More Than a Face of Fine Jewelry

L-R: Sergeant Dana Purvis, Savannah Police Department, Lowell Kronowitz, Owner, Levy's Jewelers, 200 Club Chairman and Advanced Firefighter Andrew Lee, Valor Award Winner


What is Lowell Kronowitz's Most Important Civic Honor?


Meet Lowell Kronowitz. When it comes to naming the face of fine jewelry in Savannah, the question isn’t “Why Levy Jewelers?” It’s more a question of “Who else could possibly claim that title?” Because in Savannah & in Jacksonville, Levy Jewelers simply is fine jewelry. 
Since 1900, Lowell Kronowitz, now the fourth generation of the Levy family maintains the traditions which allow them to be included in many Savannah family’s most unforgettable life’s moments.
Exclusive to Levy Jewelers in our area are the brand names everyone covets. Rolex,  David Yurman, Omega, Mikimoto, John Hardy, Tag Heuer and many others.  Levy Jewelers Estate department offers an expertly curated selection.  It has been recognized as one of the best estate jewelry selections in the Southeast.  They have beautiful pieces which run from downright affordable to exclusive and every point in between.
“We are in the happy business!” said President Lowell Kronowitz. “Being chosen to play a small part in the lives of our customer’s celebrations has been our honor for 120 years.”
Perhaps no civic honor is as important to Kronowitz as his 10-year role as Chairman of the 200 Club of The Coastal Empire, an organization dedicated to helping the families of fallen Law Enforcement Officers, Firefighters & Paramedics in twenty counties of Southeast Georgia and the Low Country of South Carolina. It’s a mission worthy of support, and one he’s been honored to serve.

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