Thank you Lisa and Jill and everyone at Danforth for the most beautiful ring I've ever seen. It looked great on the computer and when it arrived, I was amazed. Nice work and it's a big hit. Thank you again for getting it here when I needed it. We will contact you for future purchases and highly recommend your company for jewelry.
Dennis & Deanna
Everyone has someone on their holiday shopping list that is difficult to shop for, be it because they're incredibly unique or they simply have everything. Because of this, gifts must be hunted for months in advance. Keeping in mind that Valentine's Day is right around the corner now is the time to start looking for the perfect gift of diamonds. While the best solution for the unique gift-recipient is to simply get to know them better, the gift for the person who has everything is a bit easier. The trick is to buy a truly one of a kind gift.
FOR THE MUSIC FAN OUT THERE
White ear buds proved to be a major marketing victory for Apple and the iPod. The more discerning shopper, however, might want to push the limit a bit, choosing to sport a pair of 18 carat gold plated ear buds. These truly unique devices can be purchased for £3,500, or about $5,300. photo credit
FOR THE TECHNOLOGY FAN
Should your difficult recipient be a fan of the high tech gizmos, constantly buying the latest and greatest in shiny devices that whiz and blink, attempting to buy them anything tech-related can be a difficult task. A much wiser decision is to appeal to the tech lover's sense of nostalgia. That is, go retro. Simply buying older technology is a bit passé, so, for the sake of a good gift, it's best to spice retro up with a touch of diamonds. Take, for example, the gold-plated, diamond-studded original Gameboy, retailing for $29,500. photo credit