Diamond gift ideas

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Jason:
that iconic slogan "A diamond is forever"  back for this holiday season.  Tell us about that.

Kristen:
A diamond is forever is back, and that means a diamond piece of jewelry is the perfect gift for the holidays.  It's passed down through your family, and what woman doesn't want a diamond.

Jason:
Believe me I've heard that. Tell us what to look for when looking for a good diamond.

Kristen:
When purchasing diamonds, most people know the four C's.  Cut, clarity, color and carat.  At Forevermark we do your homework for you.  We go above and beyond the four C's to select the top 1% of the world's diamonds of the highest quality that are also responsibly sourced.

Jason:
Now there is a connection between a good diamond and true love.  Talk about that.

Kristen:
It's all about finding the one.  Your one true love that you can spend the rest of your life with, and your one holiday gift. And finding the perfect diamond is no different.  We go to the ends of the earth to find the perfect diamond.

Jason:
OK I see you have some unique pieces for the holidays. Talk about them.

Kristen:
Yeah for the holidays a diamond is forever.  Best to stick with something timeless and classic like this solitaire necklace.  Perfect, looks great with a t-shirt and a pair of jeans, or with a dress for a party. We also have the diamond tennis bracelet.  This is elegant and every woman wants it in her jewelry box.  Next we have the diamond two stone ever us engagement ring.  The two diamonds represent both the friendship and the love.  And finally we have an always classic pair of stud earrings.  Every woman wants to find them under the tree.

Jason:
Well it's all beautiful Kristen.  Where can we go for more information?

Kristen:
In Philadelphia you can go to Milange diamonds or you can visit Forevermark.com.

Jason:
Sounds great.  Kristen Happy Holidays to you.  Thanks for joining us.

Kristen:  Thank you.  Happy holidays.