Dazzling interiors, a recently debuted Rolex installation and a private viewing suite await timepiece and fine jewelry collectors at the newly expanded Razny Jewelers.
Razny Jewelers’ newly expanded Highland Park boutique
The impressive expansion of Razny Jewelers’ Highland Park boutique has resulted in a layout nearly 10 times its previous size. Add to that a new in-house Rolex boutique and one of the most elaborate jewelry displays showcased by any private, family-owned operation in the U.S. and you’re in for a sparkling treat.
Inside the more than 9,800-square-foot space, you’ll discover leading Swiss timepiece brands like Rolex, Cartier and Breitling alongside custom and designer jewelry from the industry’s top innovators. Proudly displaying its in-house service and design outlet, Razny boasts virtuoso watchmakers and artisans to complete repairs, assist in custom designs and provide expert customer care and support.
“THE FAMILIES OF THE NORTH SHORE HAVE REWARDED OUR METICULOUS CARE WITH A LOYALTY THAT IS NOTHING SHORT OF HUMBLING.”
Awarded for masonry excellence, the Highland Park location has been custom designed brick by brick by husband-and-wife duo Stan and Ingrid Razny. As second-generation jewelers, they uphold a deep commitment to serving the North Shore with the utmost care. “We’ve taken our time to learn what works,” says Ingrid. “Our specialists live within the community and understand the needs of our guests. We handselect each item displayed as if we were choosing jewelry and timepieces for a dear friend. The families of the North Shore have rewarded our meticulous care with a loyalty that is nothing short of humbling.”
With even more square footage and a reinvigorated aesthetic, the interiors revamp has added a contemporary in-house Cartier salon, a sprawling collection of Breitling timepieces (including a new Breitling visual concept), exclusive VIP shopping suites and private rooms, as well as a room dedicated to diamond artisans, including Rahaminov, Kwiat and Penny Preville. 1700 Green Bay Road, Highland Park, razny.com
Photography by: By Sean Henderson Photography