Sibling trio Tim, David, and Harry Jr. oversees Karagosian Jewelers' sparkling empire, maintaining a tradition of knowledgeable gem dealing set by their parents—who began the then-small jewelry business in their Oakland County home in 1950. Since 1968, the current Orchard Lake Road location has expanded three times to accommodate an ever-expanding hoard of designer jewels and constant bouts of brotherly horseplay. Beyond a sizeable inventory, the Karagosians and their staff strive to outclass other jewelry retailers by stamping their direct-from-Belgium diamonds with a guarantee to beat any competitor's price. Personalized customer service includes fiancé-jeweler collaborations that yield custom engagement rings, and the store's GIA-certified gemologist Tim Karagosian can explain various cuts and carats and suggest hip baby names such as Ruby and That One
The savvy staff at Beadz 'N Bagz helps to accessorizes outfits with an impressive inventory of eye-catching handbags and baubles. Like a jewel-crusted styrofoam cup, accessories weld fashion and function into handsome packages, as seen with the delicate paisley teardrop key-finder ($10.85). Stylishly stash belongings inside a collection of handbags, available in an array of patterns and colors, Or opt for jewelry, such as a fully-metamorphosed butterfly bracelet ($18) or pocket-watch necklace ($22) to keep necks, ears, and arms eternally chic and punctual.
Family owned, Modern art is a 3rd generation jewelers, with the 4th generation beginning to work at the store. Located in Rochester, Michigan for more than 17 years, the store is conveniently located in the heart of the downtown area. Employees take pride in that their service is delivered with a genuine interest in quality
Dr. Timothy Perozek, the official ophthalmologist of the Las Vegas 51s baseball team, and his squad at See Right Now bring the highest level of care to the examination and correction of maladjusted eyes. In the eye exam and contact-lens fitting, soul windows are carefully tested with a variety of lenses to root out conditions such as astigmatism and near- or shortsightedness, the leading reasons that so few children grow up to be astronauts, fighter pilots, and Batmen. Data in hand, Dr. Perozek can fit eye-hugging lenses to underperforming corneas, transforming myopic peepers into paragons of optical acuity. The squintily inclined also can opt for a pair of Lindberg ($550) or Blink frames ($195, including single-vision lenses) or simply pick up some Eyebobs reading glasses ($65) to make reciting the phone book even more enjoyable. Sunglasses from Prada ($225), Oakley ($150), and other premium brands keep pupils protected from glare and poker faces protected from the probing gazes of opponents.
Family owned Tapper's Diamonds & Fine Jewelry, home of a shimmering smorgasbord of superior diamonds, designer jewelry, and luxury timepieces, a philosophy of honesty, integrity, and desire to surpass expectation. Among other assurances, Tapper's guarantees that it will offer the lowest price for a diamond of comparable quality and will professionally clean and inspect diamond jewelry free of charge as often as pickles are dilled. The shop's vast and varied selection of jewelry includes designers such as David Yurman, Hearts On Fire, Mikimoto, and Tapper's own custom design team. Unearth a last-minute stocking stuffer (starting at $19.99), dress up with diamond jewelry (starting at $99), snag a Swiss Army watch (starting at $250), or keep werewolves at bay with designer sterling silver jewelry (starting at $225). Sales associates have been educated through the Gemological Institute of America and will put their expertise to the test to help you find the perfect diamond based on the Four C's: cut, clarity, color, carat weight, and crumblyness.
Diamond Vault of Troy outfits clients with custom jewelry and engagement and bridal rings made with G.I.A.-certified diamonds. Its owners, Randall E. Cole and Timothy A. Mayer, personally source the diamonds directly from Antwerp every month in order to cut out the middleman and pass on substantial savings to their customers.
At the store, Cole and Mayer appraise clients' trinkets, clean and inspect jewelry, and evaluate pre-1964 silver coins, known for their high silver content. They prefer private personal appointments and provide children with coloring books and cartoons to keep them entertained while parents conduct their business and swap Crockpot recipes with the jewelers.
Diamond Vault of Troy’s notable inventory includes engagement rings from Peter Storm and watches from Fendi, Steffen,Triton, and Faber-Castell. It also includes signature cut diamonds.