This is why we do we love selling engagement rings. Our customer just sent us this email along with a picture:
She said yes! Thank you again for all of your help. Here is the picture of the ring!
He also left this great google review:
I recently traveled to Baltimore to search for an engagement ring. Prior to my trip, I had researched and scheduled appointments with several Jewelers in the area. From the beginning, the staff was particularly responsive and attentive to my budget, design choice, etc. When I arrived (with an entourage of my sister, mom, hopeful fiance’s best friend, and sister’s boyfriend) they were always courteous. It was clear from the beginning that the staff had put time and effort into finding their best selection of rings, diamonds, and settings. I purchased a ring from them that day and am still thrilled with the decision.
We thank you Brendan for your business and wish you all the best!
For anyone interested in purchasing an engagement ring, we welcome you to view what others have to say about Samuelson’s Diamonds on our Testimonials Page.
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