Samuelson's Diamonds Diamond Search
Our new Build-a-Ring option was featured in Baltimore Magazine’s 31 days of giving.
This new feature allows you build your ring from scratch choosing your diamond and setting! Better yet, your new engagement ring can often be delivered in under two weeks! With the new diamond search, you can choose from over 6,000 diamonds using criteria such as cut, clarity, color, carat, and price.
To see the write-up in Baltimore Magazine please click here.
To get started building your very own engagement ring please click here!
We love selling engagement rings and hearing about the unique ways our customers propose. What makes this one even more special is that these customers are personal friends of mine. After Jon made the move I got this text:
The deed was done on a one horse open sleigh ride in Stowe, Vermont. It was snowing and beautiful. Thanks so much. She LOVES the ring.
And then Megan sent over these great pictures with a note:
Ron – I just wanted to say thank you for helping Jon put together such a beautiful engagement ring for me! He proposed to me yesterday on a horse-drawn snowy sleigh ride through the Vermont forest.
This is why I love my job. Congrats to my good friends Jon and Megan! Wishing you many years of health and happiness!
JANUARY 10, 2010: Samuelson’s Diamonds (www.baltimorediamonds.com) Baltimore’s premier downtown diamond destination, was featured in Engagement 101 Magazine’s article, “Guy’s Guide”:
Guys in Baltimore have it made. Stop by Samuelson’s Diamonds, and you don’t even have to miss a moment of the big game–if the Ravens are playing, rest assured the game will be on. Owner Ron Samuelson is a third-generation jeweler running his family’s business, first established in 1922. With the business in his blood and decades of experience, he knows that guys don’t need any additional pressure making their purchase decision. Samuelson believes that a buyer should “deal with real people they’re confident in” and “buy from an established jeweler.” If for some reason you need to buy online, he suggests that you “buy from an outlet that also has a brick-and-mortar presence. Work with a company that will still be around in five years.” If you’re nowhere near Baltimore, Samuelson can help you remotely; visit his website to contact him: www.samuelsonsdiamonds.com [now www.baltimorediamonds.com.]
Samuelson’s Diamonds continues its commitment to be Baltimore’s best, most straightforward diamond dealer and maintain a low-pressure environment for people looking to get engaged.
The original article is from Engagement 101 Magazine 2010 (no. 5) and is entitled “Guy’s Guide” A pdf excerpt is available here.
We love to hear engagement stories and proposal ideas. It’s what makes our job so gratifying. Sometimes, we sell a ring and never hear about it again. Other times, we hear how much our customers love their diamond.
And every once in awhile, we get a story like this:
I proposed to my girlfriend on Sunday the 8th, and she said yes without hesitation! We went out on a mountain bike ride at Patapsco Valley State Park, down near Elkridge. Took her up to the scenic outlook at Buzzards Rock, and asked her there. And of course, she loves the ring.
Dan included some pictures he’d taken of the event on flickr. We asked him if we could use them and he said:
You can use them on your Facebook or blog posts, just don’t edit them in any way other than resizing. Oh, and her name is Christy, just FYI. Thanks.
So without further ado we present the photos, unedited as Dan asked.
Let’s give them a hand!
Congratulations to Dan and Christy! We wish the best for them and their future marriage! Please comment and share your proposal story. Click here to see some more on our facebook diamonds fan page!
Samuelson’s Diamonds, the premier downtown diamond destination, was awarded Best of Baltimore’s ‘Best Place to Get An Engagement Ring’ yesterday, September 17, 2008:
You can head out to a mall, or break your bank in NYC, but if you’re getting married in Baltimore, just hop on the bus and buy your ring on Baltimore Street. The latest of three generations of Samuelsons has moved the store into the 21st century while keeping it simple. They don’t breathe down your neck, they don’t spend a lot of money prettying the place up (although there are plans for upgrading), but the options are there: If you want less expensive, they’ve got less expensive. If you want class, there’s that, too. And if you don’t know anything about rings, they won’t make you feel like an idiot. But maybe you were an idiot for getting hitched to begin with. In that event, Samuelson’s isn’t a bad place to sell your ring either.
Samuelson’s Diamonds maintains its comittment to quality, selection and excellent prices for all of our customers.
(Note: The award was last given in 2008.)
The original article is here, ‘Best Place to Get An Engagement Ring: Samuelsons Diamonds | Baltimore City Paper‘