Colorful statement pieces and unique pieces of jewelry enhance any outfit. Whether you’re searching for a small or bold accessory, these jewelry stores near our apartments in Vernon Hills offer everything from traditional to contemporary designs.
Nearby jewelry stores include:
A local fixture since 1949, Lustig began as a department store selling appliances and men’s and women’s apparel. Fine jewelry was added four years later, and today, the shop is the go-to destination for custom jewelry and engagement rings. The motto is “come as our customer…leave as our friend.” The company boasts over six decades of unparalleled service and guarantees the finest shopping experience in the region. Pieces include flower pendants, bangle bracelets, and men’s rings.
After crafting ornate pins and necklaces in their suburban home, Dennis and Sandy Burdeen decided to open their own business, now known as Burdeen’s jewelry. Dennis apprenticed under some of Chicago’s premier European artisans, and the shop quickly became known as the local family jeweler. Today, the couple’s two sons run daily operations. They’re both innovative, and offer the largest fine timepiece collection in Chicagoland. Along with watches, other items include diamond earrings, tennis bracelets, and cufflinks.
Nestled in downtown Libertyville, Rolland’s helps customers celebrate life’s most significant moments. It specializes in fine jewelry and certified loose diamonds sold at an exceptional value. The selection features styles from the world’s best designers. The staff ensures an experience unlike any other and treats everyone like family. Pieces include pearl rings, men’s bracelets, and cushion citrine necklaces. Rolland’s also offers an array of services such as stone setting and jewelry cleanings.
In addition to these jewelry stores, The Mil’ton also provides close proximity to premier cultural attractions and renowned dining destinations. To call our community home, please contact us to take a tour. We will show you firsthand everything we have to offer.Back to all posts