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Are you thinking about buying diamond jewelry but don’t want to be taken advantage of? So how will you know if the diamond you’re looking at is a great value, or a junk diamond? Does it have inclusions? What’s the color? Will you pay through the nose for a diamond of very poor quality? And is your jeweler doing something to conceal the poor quality of their diamonds? STOP! This may be a once-in-a-lifetime purchase, so before you spend hundreds or thousands of dollars on what could be a bad diamond (also known as ‘frozen spit’ in the diamond industry), read this authoritative report by a DSA-Certified Diamond Sales Professional! The fact is, diamonds vary tremendously from one to the next, and most people either aren’t aware of that fact, or don’t know how to gauge a diamond’s quality. Really, they’re not all the same! Spend just a few minutes reading this informative full-color, easy to read 40-page booklet that includes plenty of photos, and you’ll not only be able to speak intelligently about diamonds, but more importantly you’ll know how to judge the quality of a diamond—or spot the lack thereof. This authoritative guide will teach you in very understandable terms how to determine if the diamond you’re looking at is worth the asking price, and if it’s a diamond you’d want to own. Give yourself a solid education with this diamond expert's buying guide now so you can make an intelligent buying choice. Unless you’re an expert, don’t rely on pure luck—or what the salesperson tells you—in selecting a diamond. This diamond will be with you for a lifetime; make sure it’s a good one!
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R.E. Williams learned about diamonds as a result of the diamond training she completed and her DSA certification, and through time spent as Associate Store Manager for a national diamond retailer. She earned a spot on the President’s Club eight times for exceeding sales goals, but more rewarding were her consultations with customers, helping them to fully understand diamonds and to make educated decisions; it didn’t take long, though, before she realized how little the general public knows about diamonds. Living in Minneapolis, R.E. Williams decided to write this book as a continuation of the in-person consulting, helping people make educated diamond-buying decisions.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 1st edition. 40 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.10 inches. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # zk1491276207