A lot of other jewelers claim to be the best. But when the Baltimore City Paper gives you this title, that means it’s true! Samuelson’s Diamonds was just proclaimed Baltimore’s “Best Jeweler” and we are thankful and honored to receive this recognition. Here’s what they had to say:
“Fellas, if you can look at a diamond and immediately start speaking intelligently about cut, clarity, color, and you can eyeball an Asscher from princess cut, just how in the hell did you come by that education? The rest of us are better served by moseying on down to Samuelson’s Diamonds when the time comes to pick out an engagement ring or something really stunning just because you want to remind her that she remains the person you just can’t stop thinking about. Samuelson’s has been in the local jewelry business since 1922, and the friendly staff knows how to help a dude through the finer points of rock buying without being pushy about it.”
We couldn’t agree more! Check out the article by clicking here.
This isn’t the first time that the City Paper has written us up. In 2008, we were voted “Best Place to Get An Engagement Ring.”
So we thank you, our customers, for your support and hope you will “mosey on down” real soon!
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