Past Present and Future Lucida Design Ring is Now the Brightest Star at ... - San Francisco Chronicle (press release)

AtlantaDiamondBroker.com, the online retailer of engagement and wedding jewelry, announces the Past Present and Future Lucida Design Anniversary Ring in 14k gold, now with special limited offer pricing.

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) August 30, 2011

AtlantaDiamondBroker.com, the online retailer of engagement and wedding jewelry, announces its newest Lucida design, the Past Present and Future Lucida Design Anniversary Ring in 14k gold.

The name Lucida means the brightest star and is a term used in astronomy to refer to the brightest star in a constellation. The Past Present and Future Lucida Ring is a popular design in part due to the type of setting used, this setting is known to be secure making it almost impossible to lose a diamond. The latest Past Present and Future Lucida design being offered by AtlantaDiamondBroker.com is a 1.5 CTTW (carat total weight), three stone, round diamond and can serve as an anniversary or engagement ring. This ring is made with G-H Color and VS-SI Clarity, meaning the ring is nearly colorless and appears visually clean.

Clients can also choose from three kinds of metal from the drop-down menu: 14k gold, 18k white gold, or platinum; however, orders with 18K white gold and platinum finishes are non-refundable because they are custom made. There is a separate drop-down menu for choosing the correct ring size.

The Past Present & Future Lucida design is available for other diamond shapes as well. Clients seeking a different diamond cut with the same Lucida setting will be relieved to know that Atlanta Diamond Broker can set many shapes of diamond into the Lucida setting. They have their choice of asscher to radiant, cushion to princess cut, or even a traditional round brilliant cut diamond.

Atlanta Diamond Broker makes their client's experiences a priority. A recent satisfied client says, "My experience with Atlanta Diamond Broker has been exceptional! I had the pleasure of working with the owner Minoo Shahedpour to help my brother find the perfect engagement ring for his soon-to-be bride. Minoo made sure the ring was exactly what we envisioned, and it turned out to be perfect! My brother and his fiance are thrilled, and I highly recommend this company to everyone!"

This beautiful ring is now listed at $7,150.00 after a recent price drop for limited time on Atlanta Diamond Broker's website. Jewelry prices on the website, including loose diamonds, range from $495 to over half a million dollars.

AtlantaDiamondBroker.com also specializes in men's and women's jewelry, bracelets, earrings, pendants, loose diamonds, diamond studs, wedding, anniversary, and eternity bands.

For more information, visit the upgraded website at www.atlantadiamondbroker.com/. Connect with Atlanta Diamond Broker on Facebook to see the latest news or follow the company on Twitter @ATLdiamonds to discover upcoming promotions.

About AtlantaDiamondBroker.com
The Atlanta Diamond Broker company was built on a unique idea: buying an engagement ring should be as easy as falling in love and affordable to everyone. The company was founded in 2007 by Minoo Shahedpour, who worked for jewelry companies that typically applied a 200 percent to 800 percent markup on retail goods. Each time she sold jewelry, she wished that she could give a better discount to her customers, and she soon developed a dream to make high quality luxury diamonds and jewelry affordable to everyone. AtlantaDiamondBroker.com achieves these aspirations by delivering better online customer service and affordability to its clients.

Contact:
Minoo Shahedpour
888-90-Diamond
info(at)atlantadiamondbroker(dot)com

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30 Aug, 2011


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