By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Other | Issue: December 2012
Staff members of Vincent Anthony Jewelers’ Tulsa store (L to R): Rhonda Amaro, Store Manager Connie Hill-Tinsley, Owner Lonnie Iannazzo, Geri Stribling, and Ashley Taylor. (Not pictured: Valorie Reynolds.)
The holidays are just a few short weeks away. Although we look forward to the season, gift shopping can be a challenge – if we let it.
With locations in Tulsa and Broken Arrow, Vincent Anthony Jewelers owner Lonnie Iannazzo and staff take pride in their selection of fine quality jewelry and high commitment to customer satisfaction. Vincent Anthony has stores at 101st and Sheridan in Tulsa and just south of the Broken Arrow Expressway on Aspen (145th East Avenue) in Broken Arrow.
Vincent Anthony Jewelers manages a perpetual “wish list” for customers. (And guys are glad they do!) All you have to do is go into either store, select items to be added to your personal wish list, and the staff will make sure your family is advised of these items whenever shopping for you. “We can’t make it much easier than this for you, guys,” says Lonnie.
Whether shopping to update your own wish list or shopping for someone else, you’ll find numerous exciting items at Vincent Anthony. They’ve added a beautiful line of Gucci Timepieces for both men and women. The glamorous world of Gucci has captivated consumers around the world for nearly 90 years. The heart of their allure continues to be Gucci’s exquisite products, timeless sense of style, and an inherent elegance. Gucci portrays classic luxury in a confident and modern vision.
Vincent Anthony carries the LeVian line that brings captivating fine jewelry within reach of jewelry lovers coast to coast. “The LeVian line is thought by many to be the world’s most beautiful and desirable jewelry,” said Dave Pfeifer, manager of the Broken Arrow store. Expertly handcrafted, each unique item is designed to ensure total comfort for everyday wear in fashion rings, earrings, necklaces and bracelets adorned with beautiful gemstones and chocolate diamonds.
The 2013 Michelle Timepieces feature new styles of watches and bands that enable you to update your look with a touch of exotic elegance, shine, sophistication, luxurious leather, bright color and energetic style. They are the ultimate in retro glamour with bright, interchangeable straps. You’ll be able to match your Michelle timepiece with metal bracelets, alligator, patent, exotic, leather, satin, grosgrain, or a silicone band of your choosing.
Vincent Anthony carries a complete line of Pandora, the brand that has become a leading choice of women of all ages. Pandora enables any wearer to make a statement complementing their individual style. Offering hundreds of pieces in sterling silver, 14-karat gold, and two-tone, you’ll find a Pandora charm to celebrate any of your special moments. Combine your personal choice of Pandora charms and wear them on a Pandora bracelet in sterling silver, 14-karat solid gold, leather, or textile as you create an expression that is uniquely you or someone special to you. Pandora enables you to create necklaces and pendants, bracelets, earrings and rings combining beautiful gemstones, precious metals, and fabulous designs. Pandora gift items range from $25 and up.
Vincent Anthony Jewelers carries beautifully crafted William Henry functional jewelry for men. “These are products of exceptional quality and include pocket knives, writing instruments, money clips and divot tools,” said Connie Hill-Tinsley, manager of the Tulsa store. William Henry produces only limited-edition offerings that any man would be proud to own.
You’ll also find the Andrea Candela line of sterling silver and 18-karat yellow gold necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings at Vincent Anthony Jewelers. This is a full line of products at a great price point. Visit Vincent Anthony Jewelers at either location as you wrap up your seasonal shopping.
Blankenship graduated from the University of Oklahoma and has enjoyed a lifetime career in advertising. He started his own advertising business in 1993 and enjoys creating graphic art and writing. Hobbies include hunting, fishing and pencil drawings. Duane and his wife, Janice, have been married over 50 years and are active in their church and community. He has been a contributing writer for Value News/Values Magazine since 2005.