I fell in love with the jewelry trade at a very young age by working alongside my father. To be able to carry his drive and passion through my work at Eternity Natural Emeralds is an honor.
New York, New York (PRWEB) September 21, 2015
One of the world’s renowned leaders in emeralds and gemstones, Eternity Natural Emeralds (ENE), a division of Arthur Groom & Co., welcomes gemstone and jewelry expert, Shawn O’Sullivan as its new president.
After nearly a decade of working as the product development manager, senior gemstone buyer and on-air expert for a major television shopping network, O’Sullivan was ready to transition into his role at ENE. With more than 35 years of experience working with gemstones and jewelry, O’Sullivan’s expertise is invaluable to ENE’s services, which include the supplying, precision cutting, finishing and enhancing of emeralds.
“I fell in love with the jewelry trade at a very young age by working alongside my father,” O’Sullivan said. “To be able to carry his drive and passion through my work at Eternity Natural Emeralds is an honor.”
After graduating from Bowman’s Technical School in 1980, the oldest jewelry school in the U.S., O’Sullivan’s passion for working with diamonds and colored gemstones led him to travel around the world and pursue a career in the gemstone industry. Through his exotic expeditions to countries including Brazil, Colombia, India and Vietnam, O’Sullivan has developed an extensive global understanding of the gemstone market.
Eternity Natural Emeralds is excited to have O’Sullivan join its endeavors in providing his expertise in gemstones and marketing.
About Eternity Natural Emeralds
Specializing in emeralds and other gemstones,Eternity Natural Emeralds is a division of Arthur Groom and Co. Eternity Natural Emeralds provides the only emerald in the world with a lifetime guarantee, and is known for implementing the ExCel® Process, a proprietary enhancement process that revolutionized the emerald and tourmaline industry. It is the world’s only colorless, stable enhancement for emeralds and tourmalines.