Baltimore, Oct. 23, 2019 – Founded and headquartered in Baltimore, third generation-owned jewelry business Samuelson’s Diamonds & Estate Buyers has not only survived its almost 100-year history; it is thriving. The company announced today that it is opening a third buying office in Northern Virginia (8300 Boone Blvd Suite 500 Vienna, VA 22182). This location is Samuelson’s first outside of Maryland and its second in the Washington D.C. metro area.
“As precious metal prices have continued to climb, the need for a trustworthy and reputable buyer in the D.C. metro area grows. The success we have experienced in our Chevy Chase office prompted us to expand in order to better serve our new and current Northern Virginia clients with a Tyson’s Corner location,” said CEO Ron Samuelson. “We jumped at the chance to hire a 30-year industry veteran, Allan Rosen, to head up this office.”
A native of The City of Brotherly Love, Rosen joins Samuelson’s straight from Philadelphia’s famous Jewelers’ Row, where he ran his own jewelry purchasing firm. With 30 years of experience, Rosen’s specialties include diamond grading, finished jewelry evaluation, estate jewelry purchasing, gold & silver assessment, and watch appraisals.
Samuelson’s Diamonds & Estate Buyers is open by appointment only and is now accepting appointments at its Northern Virginia office. The office is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is conveniently located close to I-495 with free parking outside of the building.
Appointments can be made by calling (703) 714-9553 or by filling out the online form https://www.samuelsonsdiamonds.com/locations/.
In addition to diamonds, Samuelson’s Buyers is interested in acquiring:
- Engagement rings
- Estate jewelry
- Sterling silver
- Coins & Bullion
About Samuelson’s Diamonds & Estate Buyers
Founded in 1922, Samuelson’s has remained family-owned and operated for nearly 100 years. With locations in Chevy Chase and Baltimore, and now Northern Virginia, Samuelson’s has specialized in providing clients with outstanding service and trustworthy quality for decades. Learn more at www.samuelsonsdiamonds.com.
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