Rubin: Born in 1893, Lachman & Co. ages gracefully
Stick around for 123 years and you generate a few stories, like the one about the fire.
That was 1943. Sol Lachman had died on the operating table seven years earlier — they were clumsy with brain tumors back then — but his widow was running the jewelry business, and Dora was tough.
She sifted through the rubble of Lachman & Co. the next day, found whatever wasn’t ruined, rented a storefront across the street on Michigan Avenue in Detroit and went back to work.
Seven decades later, Lachman & Co. has migrated north to Southfield. Like medicine, it has evolved; founded by a watchmaker in 1893, it now sells trophies, awards and executive gifts — basically, anything you might expect to be engraved and presented to someone who succeeded.
Lachman & Company has been making news with our custom made trophies, awards
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Lachman Awards featured at the Brooks Patterson’s Elite 40 Under 40 Event