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Toronto jewellery store permanently closing after over 10 years

A Toronto jewellery store that was known as one of the better ones in the city has announced they're now permanently closing at their two storefronts after over 10 years in business.

flux + form was once located at Sherbourne, but the jewellers behind the shop split off into two other locations two years ago, with flux + form finding new homes in Roncesvalles Village and the Junction Triangle.

The jewellers there including one of the main jewellers Kim Drosdick specialized in making ready-to-wear collections, custom engagement and wedding rings, reusing old jewellery and gold, and jewellery repair.

The store is signing off with an announcement on its website.

"We decided to say goodbye to f+f to simplify life and keep bringing our passion and artistry to our new neighbourhoods," reads the announcement.

The jewellers will still continue to operate under Kim Drosdick and Posy Fine Jewellery instead of flux + form going forward. You can get in touch with each of them individually to book a consultation.

flux + form will close as of April 1.

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