Johnson's Jewelry has been a fine jewelry store for a long time, but it has changed over the past year. I think there must be new management. The female clerks' attire is not appropriate for working at a fine jewelry store. The store lacks the personal, classy, pleasant atmosphere it once had, and there seems to a lower quality of staff. My message to this worthy jeweler would be to take back his store and hire a better class of floor manager and clerks. In the past, I'd have given this store at least four stars, but with the decline in customer service and atmosphere, no more than two on a good day. The good news is that the owner is a fine jeweler, the bad news is that he appears to have suffered a decline in store sense.