We’re excited to share where Filigree Jewelers has been featured in the press! Browse the articles below to learn more about our unique jewelry designs and how we help our customers find the perfect piece.
Women Getting Married
"When shopping for engagement rings, one of the first things you’ll want to consider is which style ring you want. If you know you prefer a new, modern ring, great! There are so many options for that. However, if you think you want something a bit more romantic, a vintage engagement ring might be more your style."
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“Whether you’re proposing or just treating yourself, Filigree Jewelers’ open, airy North Loop location has dazzling treasures—from Victorian engagement rings to over-the-top Mid-century cocktail earrings and Cartier watches. They specialize in vintage and antique jewelry but can create your dream piece, too. So if Grandma’s diamond is looking dated, take it to Filigree for a modern makeover before popping the question.”
Lake Bride Magazine
“Why are vintage rings the hottest trend in buying an engagement ring or wedding band? The answer is simple…each ring is truly unique and has a level of sustainability not seen with modern jewelry. Each era has a certain style and the hard part is picking an era of design that fits your aesthetic and lifestyle”
Star Tribune Magazine
“These days tradition has been thrown out the window with what qualifies as an engagement ring,” says Catherine Thies, co-owner of Filigree Jewelers in Minneapolis, which carries pieces from the Victorian era through modern day. “Brides shopping with us are those who are super confident in their style, and they want something nobody else will have.”
“Catherine and Brent Thies’s business,Filigree Jewelers, specializes in sourcing and selling unique antique and vintage jewelry finds. That includes such gems as a Victorian-era diamond snake bracelet and a 1920s ruby-and-diamond Art Deco ring—as well as creating their own vintage-inspired designs from recast materials.”