Abra has been part of downtown Ann Arbor for almost half a century. For 47 years we’ve committed ourselves to our customers, community, environment, the artists we represent & grow, and our passion for creating beautiful jewelry thoughtfully + intentionally. 

We recognize that there is much work to be done and we wish to renew our pledge, to our community and beyond, to stand up against injustice & discrimination in all forms wherever we can. With open hearts and open minds we will listen and learn in order to expand our understanding and raise our consciousness. 

Hate has no home here. We vow to use our privilege to lift up and support underserved voices.  In the words of Ijeoma Oluo, “…Anti-racism is the commitment to fight racism wherever you find it, including in yourself. And it’s the only way forward.” We stand as a safe space against all forms of discrimination.

We are actively seeking to expand our representation of diverse artists and are looking forward to introducing more soon. 

Please send all inquiries and suggestion to abra@abragem.com

We see you, we hear you, and we stand with you.

The Abra Crew

Bead earrings made by Indigenous artist Cheyanne Symone. An Ann Arbor local.