San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 25, 2014
Just in time for wedding season, Union Street Goldsmith is ready to tie the knot with their growing, cost-friendly jewelry selection. This up and coming San Francisco goldsmith has had a huge increase in their diamond bourse, which means they will have thousands of diamonds available at lowered prices.
Union Street Goldsmith is a jewelry store located at 1909 Union Street, San Francisco, CA 94123 that specializes in GIA certified diamonds, AGS and EGL diamonds, as well as custom-made jewelry. They are hoping to heighten the shopping experience of their customers by blending their personalized customer service with a new more cost-effective inventory of diamonds.
Their diamond selection is guaranteed conflict-free through the Kimberly act processes, and is brought directly to the store from the cutting house in Belgium.
Union Street Goldsmith hosts a friendly, non-aggressive staff that excels at guiding customers through their broad selection of shapes, colors and varying clarity and carat weight options. With six GIA graduate gemologists on staff, they are able to accurately answer all diamond buying questions, assuring a more worthwhile and valuable customer purchase.
With diamond prices becoming very competitive, Union Street Goldsmith is excited to offer excellent low prices directly to their customers. This allows for customers to shop comfortably with the help of a GIA graduate gemologist, while searching through low-cost diamonds rather than online with no professional guidance.
Union Street Goldsmith looks forward to this year’s wedding season with their lowered prices on diamonds. To get a better feel for their selection of engagement rings, wedding rings and other diamond items, visit http://www.unionstreetgoldsmith.com/.
About the company:
Glenda Queen, with a background in arts and crafts, entered the jewelry business in 1964. After 11 years of making jewelry at McLeans in Sausalito, she and her present partner, Terry Brumbaugh, opened Union Street Goldsmith. Queen chose a neighborhood she hoped would be a comfortable setting for her craftsmen as well as her clients and it worked. Brumbaugh, raised in the jewelry business, later became a gemologist. After an extensive period of travel, he joined with Queen to head up the Union Street Goldsmith sales staff. Brumbaugh has a rare gift in his memory of client's collections, enabling him to design new pieces to fit his clients' special tastes and their collections. An excellent sense of style and fashion endows Brumbaugh with the ability to give valuable guidance to his clients in their jewelry selection, helping each one to create an overall special look within their collection.