So much of our lives are marked by special occasions: engagements, weddings, milestone birthdays and anniversaries and just plain important days.
A big part of these special days and times are the gifts we give one another. Especially those unforgettable diamonds. From engagement rings to anniversary pendants to special jewelry, having a diamond at the center of the gift makes it all that more special.
Our guest today has made a career of knowing what diamond gifts work best on what occasion and for his expertise in charting the future of this fascinating industry.
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