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While Jewelry Mega Chains Litigate, Diamond Mansion Provides Quality and Value
It's not about how diamonds rate on esoteric criteria, but the impression they make on customers and their loved ones

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Jewelry retailer and custom engagement rings specialist Diamond Mansion is here to tell you that it's time to look beyond the hype when it comes to purchasing gems. The latest drama in the jewelry industry to capture media attention involves two of the nation's gigantic jewelry mega-retailers who are battling in a federal courtroom in Ohio over whether claims about the particular quality of one of their diamonds can be verified. How these purely technical arguments affect the quality of the halo ring a young person buys for that special someone is anyone's guess.

While the court battle may have some publicity value, that's the beginning and the end of the matter. Smart jewelry consumers know that a smaller, quality oriented retailer like Diamond Mansion is the place to go for your diamond purchases. For most consumers, being able to design your own engagement ring is vastly more important than technical arguments.

Such standards as clarity and brilliance have their place, but they are of limited value. When it comes down to making a purchase for the special person in your life, it's the overall impression that makes the difference. Of course, the size, color, clarity, and brightness of a diamond matters, but so does the gem's shape and setting. After all, diamonds might be the main attractions in a ring or other type of jewelry, but it's still just one element of a total piece of jewelry.

The thoughtful staff and management of Diamond Mansion understands that purchasing a diamond ring, necklace, earrings, or any other type of high end jewelry is not about exaggerated concerns over abstract ratings. Especially with such products as engagement and wedding rings, it's about a very real gift that will have a real impact on real people.

Whether you are visiting Diamond Mansion's brick and mortar store located in the heart of the jewelry district in downtown Los Angeles or checking out the retailer's outstanding Internet site, you will be treated to a selection of outstanding, high quality products offered for the most reasonable prices possible.

Hyperbole and ballyhoo might have its place in terms of marketing and publicity, but customers benefit when all that hubbub takes a back seat to more important matters. Quality and value will always matter more to smart customers than marketing razzmatazz. Diamond Mansion is one jewelry retailer that understands you are purchasing jewelry, not publicity.

For more information on the great products and selection offered by this outstanding retailer, please visit Diamondmansion.com or call 800-518-0240. Diamond Mansion's first rate staff is looking forward to hearing from you.

PR submitted by www.Cyberset.com 

SOURCE Diamondmansion.com

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