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July 08, 1983 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH' NEWS

David Wachter & Sons

Internationally famous, award winning jewelers
continue the tradition of unique design and
craftsmanship of quality jewelry both at the
Renaissance Center and at our newest location
in downtown Birmingham
100 S. Woodward (corner of Maple & Woodward)

We've relocated and expanded our design
and jewelry manufacturing facilities
to serve your every need.
We invite you to visit our elegant new
showroom display featuring the world's
most beautiful diamonds, jewelry, watches
colored gemstones and pearls.

Complete gemological and appraisal service available

David Wachter & Sons

Certified gemologists • members of the American Gem Society

100 S. Woodward • Birmingham, Michigan • (313) 540-4622

Renaissance Center World of Shops • Tower 200, Level 2 • Detroit, Michigan (313) 259-6922

• Friday, July 8, 1983 11

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