Indianapolis-based Key Auctioneers will host an auction this month featuring more than $4 million in jewelry and other items. The company will sell off the inventory of Aronstam Fine Jewelers, which also includes knives, pens and digital cameras.

December 1, 2014

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Indianapolis, Ind. — Procrastination may pay off for holiday shoppers this year, as over $4 million in fine jewelry will be auctioned by Indianapolis-based Key Auctioneers on Friday, December 19.

The complete inventory of Aronstam Fine Jewelers of Keystone Crossing will be auctioned, including custom-made designs by Aronstam as well as pieces by Steven Kretchmer, Varna, Alex Sepkus and other noteworthy designers. Aronstam's creditor seized the award-winning jewelers' inventory after the store fell behind on its payments.

The auction will feature both in-person and online bidding. In addition to fine jewelry, the auction will include watches, fossils, geodes, kaleidoscopes, fine knives and pens, and digital cameras. Jewelers' equipment and tools will also be up for sale—perfect for the budding jeweler on your shopping list.

The auction will take place Friday, December 19 beginning at 4 p.m. EST at Key Auctioneers' headquarters, 5520 South Harding Street, Indianapolis, 46217. Online bidding will also be available. The inventory can be viewed the day of the auction beginning at noon.

The complete selection and photos of the items can be found on Key Auctioneers' website:

Purchased items will be available to ship or pick up onsite as early as 8 a.m. Saturday. Winning bidders can arrange to have their items picked up by UPS, FedEx, or USPS, and overnight shipping is available.

Photos and an auction inventory can be found online at

About Key Auctioneers

Key Auctioneers is a regional auction company headquartered in Indianapolis. Key’s comprehensive asset disposition services include auctions, appraisals, asset recovery, property management and receiverships. Key provides services throughout the Midwest, including Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky, Missouri and Michigan.

Source: Key Auctioneers

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