Trassare Jewelers is a must-see item during your weekend trip to Amador County. Whether you’re visiting us from Sacramento or from San Francisco, the drive will be worth your while as you enjoy Amador’s fine zinfandel wines, the Jackson Rancheria and Casino, and certainly a stop in at Trassare Jewelers.
Whether you’ve hit it big at the casino or if your looking for a gift for someone back home, you’ll find plenty of beautiful jewelry, coins, collectibles and knives with a stop in to see us. Kathleen and Santa will treat you to superior customer service and Tom and Daniel will show you their custom creations and the finest in antique coins.
Take a look at these examples of Tom and Daniel’s custom jewelery. Shown here are matching men’s and women’s nugget bands, handmade with nuggets panned from Amador County’s own streams.
Most custom designs are readily available for you to choose from and can be made with stones of your choosing in many exciting styles.
So be sure not to miss Trassare Jewelers as you visit beautiful Amador County in the heart of the Mother Lode. See our Visiting section for more information on visiting Amador County for the weekend and make it a trip to remember.
The Trassare family was out in force last weekend to support the Jackson Junior High science program by participating in the annual Bunsen to Beaker 5K run. Read about it in the Ledger-Dispatch.
We are offering discounts of 25 to 50 percent off select merchandise during the month of October to celebrate our 30th anniversary. We are also holding a drawing for a pair of earrings that some lucky entrant will win at the end of the month. Call or stop in for details. You can also read the Ledger-Dispatch article.
We’re proud to announce the Amador County Sesquicentennial coin as featured in this Amador Ledger Dispatch article.
We are proud to be a part of Amador County’s Sesquicentennial Committee!
Follow the development of the Sesquicentennial commemorative coin and other collectibles for this memorable event. Following are links to the Amador Ledger Dispatch news articles.
- 28 April 2004 Another article about Daniel’s involvement in producing Amador County’s Sesquicentennial commemorative coin.
- 24 March 2004 Article regarding Amador commemorative envelopes.
- 17 March 2004 Article about Daniel’s involvement in producing Amador County’s Sesquicentennial commemorative coin.
Marcia Oxford of the Amador Ledger Dispatch has written this article about us! Yes, we’re proud to be a part of this community for almost 25 years now.