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I played professional football for five months, and was a silver medalist in parallel bars. But I wanted to become a world champion fencer.

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I love to eat extremely well: not very much, but it must be excellent food and an excellent glass of red wine … and why not Amarone?

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I would love to try my hand in interior designing, painting, sculpting and creating maybe a new flower in my garden.

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I like politics. It’s interesting to study the minds of politicians and why they make certain decisions.

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I have enjoyed life, even going through sad personal moments. All of my experiences have taught me how to appreciate the positive, which I have created around me.

[span class=note]This story is from the September-October 2010 edition of INDESIGN[/span]

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Retirement is never easy, especially when it means the end to a business that was founded in 1884. But for Laura and Sam Sipe, it was time to put their own needs first. They decided to close J.C. Sipe Jewelers, one of Indianapolis’ most trusted names in fine jewelry, and call Wilkerson. “Laura and I decided the conditions were right,” says Sam. Wilkerson handled every detail in their going-out-of-business sale, from marketing to manning the sales floor. “The main goal was to sell our existing inventory that’s all paid for and turn that into cash for our retirement,” says Sam. “It’s been very, very productive.” Would they recommend Wilkerson to other jewelers who want to enjoy their golden years? Absolutely! “Call Wilkerson,” says Laura. “They can help you achieve your goals so you’ll be able to move into retirement comfortably.”

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Five Things We Never Knew About … Roberto Coin

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Five Things We Never Knew About … Roberto Coin

 

[h3]one[/h3]

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I played professional football for five months, and was a silver medalist in parallel bars. But I wanted to become a world champion fencer.

[h3]two[/h3]

I love to eat extremely well: not very much, but it must be excellent food and an excellent glass of red wine … and why not Amarone?

[h3]three[/h3]

I would love to try my hand in interior designing, painting, sculpting and creating maybe a new flower in my garden.

[h3]four[/h3]

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I like politics. It’s interesting to study the minds of politicians and why they make certain decisions.

[h3]five[/h3]

I have enjoyed life, even going through sad personal moments. All of my experiences have taught me how to appreciate the positive, which I have created around me.

[span class=note]This story is from the September-October 2010 edition of INDESIGN[/span]

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SPONSORED VIDEO

This Third-Generation Jeweler Was Ready for Retirement. He Called Wilkerson

Retirement is never easy, especially when it means the end to a business that was founded in 1884. But for Laura and Sam Sipe, it was time to put their own needs first. They decided to close J.C. Sipe Jewelers, one of Indianapolis’ most trusted names in fine jewelry, and call Wilkerson. “Laura and I decided the conditions were right,” says Sam. Wilkerson handled every detail in their going-out-of-business sale, from marketing to manning the sales floor. “The main goal was to sell our existing inventory that’s all paid for and turn that into cash for our retirement,” says Sam. “It’s been very, very productive.” Would they recommend Wilkerson to other jewelers who want to enjoy their golden years? Absolutely! “Call Wilkerson,” says Laura. “They can help you achieve your goals so you’ll be able to move into retirement comfortably.”

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