Monthly Archives: March 2012
G. Thrapp Jewelers was in attendance at the Ice Miller Wine Festival sponsored by WYFI. The festival, which took place at the Indiana Roof Ballroom was an absolutely beautiful event and we were so excited to be a part of the special night!
Check out some photos of the evening, below!
Dana Friedman is a jewelry industry veteran with more than 20 years of experience within the industry. During college Dana started working part time at a jewelry store on the north side of Indianapolis. After a couple years working part time Dana made the decision to make jewelry her career. In 1999 Dana started working at G. Thrapp Jewelers and the rest is history. Her passion has always been sales, networking, buying, and merchandising.
To find out more about Dana read the Q&A below!
Q: Name two essential pieces of jewelry to every wardrobe.
A: Diamond studs and a statement cuff, like those designed by John Apel
Q: What is your go to necklace?
A: David Yurman Logo Chain
Lika Behar was born in the magnificent city of Istanbul. With roots in ancient Anatolian civilizations, this former Byzantine capital has evolved into a cosmopolitan metropolis which juxtaposes sublime historical architectural expressions within a modern skyline. As such, Istanbul is known as one of the truly great romantic destinations of the world and is the fundamental source of inspiration for the Lika Behar Collection.
Lika’s family lineage is one of storied gold coin dealers; a trade long believed to be the lifeline of the Mediterranean. Her collection elegantly reconciles the rich inspiration of ancient jewelry traditions, utilizing only pure and nimble 24 Karat gold. The results are pieces wrought with a sensual and tactile modernism. The 2008 collection is also infused with brilliant gemstones reflecting the varying hues that recall the depths of blue waters that cradle Lika’s birth country. Her workroom in Istanbul deftly reconciles ancient history with the sensibility of the modern world. Each piece from the collection is uniquely hand wrought with the exquisite precision once celebrated by ancient artisans; yielding a tawny luxury fit for the modern woman whose jewelry reflects, at the same time ancient history, and the art that is the modern feminine spirit.
Stop by G. Thrapp Jewelers in Indianapolis, IN to see our full collection of jewelry by Lika Behar. For more information contact us by phone at 317-255-555 or email at email@example.com!
Hope to see you in our store very soon!
G. Thrapp Jewelers is proud to be part of the 25th Anniversary of the Indianapolis Art & Antique Show
Looking for a unique gift. Estate jewelry is a specialty of G. Thrapp Jewelers. We have exquisite estate pieces from the early 1900s to the 1990s. Stop by our booth – 305 – at the Indianapolis Art & Antique Show, March 9-11 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. Of course, you can also browse our estate collection anytime in our store at 56th and Illinois Street, here in Indianapolis. Gary Thrapp is one of the featured vendors in this video about the event. We look forward to seeing you there!
Thistle & Bee maintains a longstanding reputation as a producer and purveyor of fine sterling silver. Thistle & Bee signature is clean, carefully crafted and uniquely sophisticated designs in sterling silver. Styles range from classic to contemporary, often with a whimsical flair. While sterling silver is the cornerstone of the Thistle & Bee offering, they are continuously exploring new textures, design concepts and materials to expand their offering.We hope that you enjoy our extensive offering of fine jewelry and giftware. Whether accessorizing a wardrobe, decorating a home or celebrating a new baby or special occasion, our signature designs are keepsakes for all occasions. At Thistle & Bee, we remain passionately committed to our customer and to the art of sterling silver.
Thistle & Bee is a Designer of Distinction with the Silver Institute and is nationally advertised in Town & Country and Elle magazines.
Stop by G. Thrapp Jewelers in Indianapolis, IN to see our collection of jewelry by Thistle and Bee