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Inga Saffron Says

The Inquirer's Architecture Critic sets her gaze on Jeweler's Row, which she claims "is a rare survivor from Philadelphia's heyday as the self-proclaimed 'workshop of the world.'" Philly was once filled with such niche districts, but "Jewelers' Row is now among the last intact economic and social ecosystems in the city, where suppliers, manufacturers, and retailers still do business the old-fashioned way: face-to-face." [The Inky]