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Finlay began as a mail order house for fine jewelry in 1887. In 1924, Abraham Hirshberg, a successful diamond merchant who had come to the United States a penniless teenager in 1888, took over the debt-ridden business and made it grow. Soon there were Finlay-Straus stores throughout the metropolitan New York area. Success permitted Hirshberg to experiment with different business strategies. At one point, Finlay had jewelry concessions in furniture stores. An exceptional opportunity came along in 1942 when a representative of a regional department store group asked if Hirshberg could run its jewelry departments. A new and dramatic shift was about to take place in the Company's business. Licenses in department stores grew at a fantastic rate, and in 1954, Hirshberg sold his retail stores in order to concentrate solely on licensing. In 1968, Finlay was purchased by Seligman & Latz, Inc., a publicly traded company listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Seligman & Latz ran Finlay until 1985 when it was taken private. Finlay remained privately held until April 1995, when its parent, Finlay Enterprises, Inc., held its initial public stock offering. The Company is currently traded on the OTCBB. In May 2005, with the acquisition of Carlyle & Co. Jewelers, Finlay returned to operating freestanding luxury stores. Carlyle operates 35 stores located primarily in the southeastern United States under the Carlyle, J.E. Caldwell and Park Promenade nameplates. In November 2006, we added Congress Jewelers, a group of five stores located in Southwest Florida. Our newest addition to the Finlay family is Bailey Banks & Biddle which we acquired in November 2007. The addition of this prestigious brand helps to substantially increase Finlay’s share of the luxury fine jewelry market. Bailey Banks & Biddle is made up of 67 stores located throughout the United States. Today, Finlay is one of America's largest fine jewelers. We attribute our continued growth and success to a strong marketing strategy led by a talented team of merchants; customer service achieved through enhanced product knowledge and selling standards; state of the art technology; a strong back of the house support team; and the efforts of dedicated associates throughout the organization who strive every day to strengthen our business.

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About Finlay Fine Jewelry

Finlay began as a mail order house for fine jewelry in 1887. In 1924, Abraham Hirshberg, a successful diamond merchant who had come to the United States a penniless teenager in 1888, took over the debt-ridden business and made it grow. Soon there were Finlay-Straus stores throughout the metropolitan New York area. Success permitted Hirshberg to experiment with different business strategies. At one point, Finlay had jewelry concessions in furniture stores.

An exceptional opportunity came along in 1942 when a representative of a regional department store group asked if Hirshberg could run its jewelry departments. A new and dramatic shift was about to take place in the Company's business.

Licenses in department stores grew at a fantastic rate, and in 1954, Hirshberg sold his retail stores in order to concentrate solely on licensing.

In 1968, Finlay was purchased by Seligman & Latz, Inc., a publicly traded company listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Seligman & Latz ran Finlay until 1985 when it was taken private. Finlay remained privately held until April 1995, when its parent, Finlay Enterprises, Inc., held its initial public stock offering. The Company is currently traded on the OTCBB.

In May 2005, with the acquisition of Carlyle & Co. Jewelers, Finlay returned to operating freestanding luxury stores. Carlyle operates 35 stores located primarily in the southeastern United States under the Carlyle, J.E. Caldwell and Park Promenade nameplates. In November 2006, we added Congress Jewelers, a group of five stores located in Southwest Florida.

Our newest addition to the Finlay family is Bailey Banks & Biddle which we acquired in November 2007. The addition of this prestigious brand helps to substantially increase Finlay’s share of the luxury fine jewelry market. Bailey Banks & Biddle is made up of 67 stores located throughout the United States.

Today, Finlay is one of America's largest fine jewelers. We attribute our continued growth and success to a strong marketing strategy led by a talented team of merchants; customer service achieved through enhanced product knowledge and selling standards; state of the art technology; a strong back of the house support team; and the efforts of dedicated associates throughout the organization who strive every day to strengthen our business.