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162 South Old Woodward
Birmingham, MI, 48009
United States

248-647-4414

Grinstein Jewelry and Design is the workshop and gallery of Richard Grinstein. Richard has been creating his distinctive designs in gold, platinum, and silver since 1976. In addition to his own work, the shop carries bridal jewelry by noted west coast goldsmiths Van Craeynest, as well as a select assortment of elegant vintage jewelry. Jewelry repairs welcome - specialized in laser welding services.

Events

Upcoming jewelry and gem events in the Birmingham and surrounding areas. Our special events are attended by people from Chicago, Ann Arbor, and other surrounding areas.

Scholarship Competition - People's Choice Award


Come visit Birmingham April 14th - April 26th and take a tour of the jewelry stores to vote for your favorite 'Jewelers of Birmingham Scholarship Competition' jewelry piece! This year we have 44 entries from 10 Oakland County high schools - all the pieces will be displayed in participating jewelry stores in town.  The juried prize winners have been announced, but now it's up to YOU, the public, to pick your People's Choice winner, who will receive a 'Night on the Town' prize and, of course, your recognition for his/her hard work. We are very proud to have organized this event for the last 8+ years and I am very happy to continue as President of this wonderful association. Special thanks to Zanna my studio manager/ Secretary of the association!

Here's what we'll have at Grinstein's:

'Sterling Silver Bezel Ring' by Deanna Patch of Waterford Mott High School  (1st prize winner of juried competition)

'Snake texture' by Will Murphy of Bloomfield Hills High School

'Will You Coral Me?' by Sarah Matthews of Detroit Country Day School

'The Flamboyant Flowers' by Alexandra Miller of Waterford Mott High School

'Untitled' by Phillip Shamsuddoha of Bloomfield Hills High School

For a full list of participating stores and student entries, clink this link to the Jewelers of Birmingham website.