As some of you may have noticed, I have been out of my office at a grand occasion, my youngest son's wedding.
David lives in Vermont and married his college sweetheart Amanda. David recently started up his own company Shacksbury Cider, which sells hard apple cider. Amanda is in graduate school working towards a master's in education. The theme of their wedding was pies since that was how they originally bonded.
Since he is my first son to get engaged, David gave Amanda my wife's original engagement ring which is a round brilliant diamond set in a platinum solitaire mounting. Handing down the ring I originally gave to my wife 33 years ago, to my son brought to mind how sentimental and important the purchase of a diamond is. To me this is the essence of what jewelry means. The importance of unforgettable memories embedded in this timeless gem.
In my opinion, a solitaire engagement ring is still the most timeless symbol of a lifelong commitment. I love selling beautiful diamonds that are set in the simplistic elegance of a solitaire engagement ring.
I was lucky enough to have saved a gorgeous platinum and 18k rose gold wedding band knowing that my son's would eventually get married. Along with this David and Amanda picked out an 18k rose gold band to go with her engagement ring. I wish David and Amanda a wonderful life together.
I appreciate the opportunity to be involved in helping you pick the ring that will commemorate your life together. I take this responsibility very seriously and will do everything in my power to help you find the perfect ring.