Samuelson’s Diamonds, the premier downtown diamond destination, was awarded Best of Baltimore’s ‘Best Place to Get An Engagement Ring’ yesterday, September 17, 2008:
You can head out to a mall, or break your bank in NYC, but if you’re getting married in Baltimore, just hop on the bus and buy your ring on Baltimore Street. The latest of three generations of Samuelsons has moved the store into the 21st century while keeping it simple. They don’t breathe down your neck, they don’t spend a lot of money prettying the place up (although there are plans for upgrading), but the options are there: If you want less expensive, they’ve got less expensive. If you want class, there’s that, too. And if you don’t know anything about rings, they won’t make you feel like an idiot. But maybe you were an idiot for getting hitched to begin with. In that event, Samuelson’s isn’t a bad place to sell your ring either.
Samuelson’s Diamonds maintains its comittment to quality, selection and excellent prices for all of our customers.
(Note: The award was last given in 2008.)
The original article is here, ‘Best Place to Get An Engagement Ring: Samuelsons Diamonds | Baltimore City Paper‘
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