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  • The Vintage Pearl
    Designer Erin Edwards started tinkering with jewelry using tips she picked up from Googling or reading books. She used her research to found The Vintage Pearl, where?along with her team of hammer-wielding artisans?she now oversees a vast collection of custom sterling silver jewelry adorned with pearls and birthstone crystals. Featured on the pages of Glamour, each piece comes hand-stamped with personalized messages, including names, dates, or locker combinations available in a wide range of fonts and designs.
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    8144-B S. Lewis Ave.
    Tulsa, OK US
  • J Spencer Jewelry and Gifts
    J. Spencer Jewelry & Gifts is Oklahoma's best source for unique jewelry and women's accessories. We feature many wonderful designer lines including Pandora, Ayala Bar, Brighton, Firefly, and John Medeiros as well as our own original designs.
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    1722 Utica Sq
    Tulsa, OK US
  • Al's Formal Wear
    Since 1952, family-owned-and-operated Al’s Formal Wear has been spiffing up gentlemen for all formal and celebratory occasions. Dudes get dandified by donning Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, or Perry Ellis, to name just a few of the brands on hand, with rentals beginning at $57.99. Look sharp for a transcontinental yacht adventure with the cruise package, featuring a white polyester dinner jacket sure to impress big spenders and scandalize stodgy, traditional butlers ($139.97). Ease into a formal evening with a black silk cummerbund and pre-tied bow, or put on the ritz in a jaunty white fedora (both $39.99).
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    7029 S Memorial Dr
    Tulsa, OK US
  • Vincent Anthony Jewelers
    The diamond aficionados at Vincent Anthony Jewelers award gift givers and receivers with a sparkling collection of fine appendage ornaments bearing precious gemstones. A pair of 14-karat, white-gold diamond button earrings––crafted to symbolize marriage––bedecks each earlobe with three diamond stones set into two interlocking loops ($950). A sterling-silver ring accentuates fingers more effectively than an overuse of quotation-mark gestures, presenting a rope-edge design and an armadillo finish unique to the Andréa Candela collection ($75+). Necks never feel alone with a circle pendant of 14-karat white gold flaunting .33-karats of diamonds ($1,499). Vincent Anthony's selection of engagement rings, including a 14-karat white-gold semimount with burnished diamonds ($1,995), dazzles lucky ladies who don't know whether to laugh, cry, or look away from the jumbotron when saying, "I Do." After selecting the perfect glittering trinket, guests can have their items of jewelry gift wrapped free of cost and can bring the items back in for complimentary cleaning.
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    10038 South Sheridan Road
    Tulsa, OK US
  • Famous Footwear
    Famous Footwear offers an array of fashionable hoof-hammocks, humanely branded with well-known names like PUMA, Skechers, and Naturalizer, and ready to anchor the wanderings of children, juniors, and adults. Outrun gravity’s painful punches with a pair of Nike Dual Air Fusion running shoes (women’s and men’s models), or cool off your overly hot dogs with a classic duo of Converse Chuck Taylors. Famous Footwear’s extensive selection of women’s dress shoes perform fancier footwork, adorning the fashionably frugal with such pedal accouterments as Madden Girl Fawwns, which have a trendy taupe tone that camouflages stealthy feet in an underbrush of leg. The shop features plenty of girls’ and boys’ options as well, including Crocband clogs made with antimicrobial materials to repel the germs that scour youngsters’ feet for fallen cookie crumbs.
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    5323 E 41st St
    Tulsa, OK US
  • At Work Uniforms
    When the Tulsa Talons bolted for San Antonio in 2011, the city lacked a professional indoor football team for the first time in more than a decade. That didn’t last long, however. The Oklahoma Defenders promptly filled the role in 2012, playing their inaugural season as part of the American Football League. In 2013, the team left the AFL to join the Champions Professional Indoor Football League. The move to the CPIFL was complemented by the addition of radio broadcasts of every game, letting fans listen in whenever a big tackle is made or the opposing coaches settle a tie by jousting each other atop offensive linemen. At their games, Defenders keep fans pumped up with plenty of off-the-field entertainment, including appearances from mustached mascot Billie the Regulator.
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    8906 E Skelly Dr
    Tulsa, OK US

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