Real Diamond Jewelry Experiences
Men and women in Raleigh, N.C. and all over the world realize that the right diamond jewelry is much more than just a piece of jewelry. Hear about the significance of diamond jewelry in the individual lives of the men and women below.
Daniel Pietrzak tells his story:
I’ve never been one to make light of the process of making a significant purchase. Rather I usually spend time researching the particular item I have no doubt in my mind it is the best solution. Nothing wrong with a buying a good product for a good price.
When starting to look for my wife’s then girlfriend’s engagement ring, I felt I would simply follow my proven transactional purchasing method. Learn about diamonds, shop around for a great deal, purchase and be done!
Meeting and talking with Randy truly transformed the way I looked at engagement ring shopping. I began to understand that the diamond was a unique symbol of my relationship, not just a commodity item to purchase for the cheapest price.
The entire process took some 8 months during which Randy offered patience, advice, education and asked the right questions to help me make the right decisions. I ultimately came to realize that both visually and symbolically; the Theta was the best choice for me.
One of the things I enjoyed most about working with Randy was that he simply wanted me to have the best diamond for me and my girlfriend. It did not matter where I went, just as long as it was the perfect purchase for me. I heard various pitches and sales tactics from the stores I visited. None of them cared to suit my needs. They simply wanted to sell their product.
Most importantly I learned that no matter the cost, if it is not YOUR diamond any price is excessive because you not getting the value you are looking for.
Lizzy Shaw tells her story:
My mother died about a year and a half ago; I was nervous about being able to speak at her service, but I wore a necklace of hers (a trillion-shaped diamond on a platinum chain that is very sparkly and beautiful) that she wore every day. I felt like she was with me and it gave me the confidence to speak about her without bursting into tears I was extremely close to my mother and she died very suddenly and unexpectedly; it was a profound shock for the family.
It seems like since then, if I’ve had a big “thing” that I need to be up and great for, I automatically wear the necklace and I sail right through. Although I have to also be clear and say that I am an adult and spend a lot of my work life meeting, speaking and pitching, so I have always had a lot of confidence. But there are definitely times where I need a little extra luck or the feeling that someone’s watching over me and I invariably put her necklace on.
Charly Laura Rok tells her story:
Like most woman when they are engaged, I received a beautiful big sparkling diamond ring. I love the ring, it is beautiful and makes a statement. Being an athlete, biking to work, spending hours in the gym and on the road means the ring lives mainly in my jewelry box. Unless I need the extra boost of confidence, whether it be a job interview, a new business meeting, or meeting the client for the first time– then I put on the ring and I automatically feel empowered, and carry myself differently. I am not sure if it the diamond, or that fact that my husband gave it to me. There is just something magical about it.