Jewelry, like an annoyingly popular little sibling, is beloved by everyone, outshines you from all angles, and is the first thing burglars look for when they break into your home. Snag something worth protecting with today's Groupon to Rottermond Jewelers in Brighton and Milford. Choose between the following options:
- For $50, you get $125 worth of jewelry.
- For $300, you get $1,000 toward diamond engagement rings.
Rottermond Jewelers sparkles up the human soul-sack with elegant jewelry adornments from a bevy of trusted, well-known brands such as Hearts on Fire and Gregg Ruth. Naked necklines, earlobes, and kneecaps take cover from a dazzling chunk of earth-mined loveliness by Metalsmiths Sterling ($48+), and timepieces from Ice Watch ($85+) and ESQ by Movado ($195+) easily synchronize with a friend's watch to ensure deftly coordinated midnight ice-cream runs. Alternately, Rottermond Jewelers’ knowledgeable staff and stunning collection of loose diamonds form a maelstrom of opportunity for engagement-ring shoppers. Construct a personal, high-quality engagement ring ($1,000+) crafted to fit your future spouse's finger or your finger's future spouse.
If it's meant to be treasured for a lifetime, it should come from Rottermond Jewelers. At least, that's what many Michigan grooms figure when they get down on one knee—so many that Rottermond keeps a running list of engagements that use their stones. It's these kinds of small, careful touches that snagged Rottermond a spot on wedding site The Knot's list of best wedding-ring vendors in the Detroit metro area in 2014.
In the store itself, Rottermond's passionate gemologists pair their old-fashioned attention to detail with a host of modern technologies. Customers can choose pre-cut baubles from labels like Rhythm of Love, Hearts on Fire, Scott Kay, Simon Golub, Valina, Martin Flye,r and Bridal Bell, of course, but they can also opt to design their own rings using 3D software. Even the repair services include lasers and other high-tech tools. Appraisals and gold quotes are among the remaining Rottermond services, but many visit the Milford and Brighton locations just to peruse the glittering wares.