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With this particular holiday being one of the busier times of year when people are shopping for jewelry, I asked friend and local jeweler, Daniel Gordon, to share some etiquette tips from his perspective to help make the most out of your trip to the jewelry store.

Highlights from his post include:

  • Be a friend to your salesperson
  • Communicate clearly with your salesperson
  • and Due Diligence; spend a little bit of time to find a reputable retailer for the best shopping experience possible

Click here to read his entire post.

And don’t forget, when complimenting someone’s personal jewelry; don’t ask “how much” or “how many carats”? A simple, “that is a beautiful ring”, will suffice…no matter how much you are dying to know!  If you’re ever faced with such an awkward question: an easy answer is “Thank you, that’s a great question, I think it’s lovely as well”.

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