San Diego, CA (PressExposure) March 12, 2011 -- Jewelry store, Diamonds Forever has announced a partnership with the largest estate jewelry dealer in California. Together they will host a limited engagement sale at the Diamonds Forever location in Point Loma, San Diego, at 3689 Midway Drive Suite A.
Only an exclusive portion of the collection will be offered for sale. This one of a kind estate jewelry collection is only available at Diamonds Forever and gives the jewelry store an estate jewelry inventory on par with any other in San Diego.
"It is my mission to understand the needs of the individuals I work with," said Diamonds Forever owner Jenny Seligmann. "I enjoy serving my clients."
Diamonds Forever first opened its doors in 2006. Since then it has been known as a place for customized and locally made jewelry. It is a family owned business. The merger represents a new direction for the company and an opportunity for everyone involved.
Customers desiring a more intimate shopping experience will be happy to hear about the private office at the Point Loma location. There, customers are able to meet one-on-one with a jeweler. They can view the pieces they are interested in and have their questions answered.
Diamonds Forever was in the news last August regarding their reopening event. It was there that their new line of fine fashion jewelry was introduced.
The history of jewelry goes back thousands of years. Throughout time jewelry has taken on many different forms. It has been used as currency. It is used to hold clothing together. It is used to symbolize commitments such as marriage. Also, it is used as a form of art.
Seligmann has studied both at the Gemological Institute of America and at a silversmith school in Mexico.
"I completed the curriculum and found that I was ready to share my love for this art medium with you," said Seligmann.
She likes helping others with jewelry.
"I enjoy connecting others to my fascination with this art medium," said Seligmann.
Jewelry fabrication has been a source of excitement for her, she said.
"I love what I do and my enthusiasm is apparent," said Seligmann. "I have credentials that surpass a majority of the people in the industry. I would love the opportunity to meet with you."
Those interested in more information about the merger, the sale, or the company can contact Seligmann by phone at: 619.223.2151, or by email at: js@DiamondsForeverSanDiego.com