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VIDEO: Blue Nile vs Local Jeweler

Oct 16, 2010

I made this video a week ago and have a decent amount of views on it. I think the video speaks for itself. It’s a common conversation that we have here with internet shoppers. My colleagues in the jewelry industry love it and I think it’s good for the public to see as well. Remember it’s not a knock on Blue Nile, just an observation on the diamond business today.

So if you would like to learn about diamonds, see them in front of you, and receive honest, personal service, please come and see us!

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