SURROUNDED BY BEAUTY: David Balogh, in December 1998 at the flagship Balogh Jewelers store he opened with late wife Sallie, on Miami Beach’s 41st Street after World War II. Balogh Jewelers, which included branches in Coral Gables, Hallandale Beach and New York, catered to a knowledgeable clientele that included celebrities and royalty for more than 50 years.
SURROUNDED BY BEAUTY: David Balogh, in December 1998 at the flagship Balogh Jewelers store he opened with late wife Sallie, on Miami Beach’s 41st Street after World War II. Balogh Jewelers, which included branches in Coral Gables, Hallandale Beach and New York, catered to a knowledgeable clientele that included celebrities and royalty for more than 50 years. Charles Trainor Jr Miami Herald file
SURROUNDED BY BEAUTY: David Balogh, in December 1998 at the flagship Balogh Jewelers store he opened with late wife Sallie, on Miami Beach’s 41st Street after World War II. Balogh Jewelers, which included branches in Coral Gables, Hallandale Beach and New York, catered to a knowledgeable clientele that included celebrities and royalty for more than 50 years. Charles Trainor Jr Miami Herald file

Balogh Jewelers founder David Balogh dies at 94

June 10, 2015 09:03 AM

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