TYSONS, Va. (PRWEB) April 15, 2020
Mervis Diamond Importers, the leading diamond dealer in the Washington, D.C. area, will aid charity in this time of need. The Company has rolled out its 91>19 sterling silver bracelet. Income from the sale of the bangles will be donated to the American Nurses Association to support nurses on the frontlines of this crisis.
The sterling silver bracelet which retails for $91, is engraved with the design 91>19. The inscribed 91 finds its inspiration from Psalm-91. Written first by the great prophet Moses and later composed into amulets by Jews and Christians during the late antique period, the verse cites that hope, comfort and faith shall rise above fear in times of trouble. The19 is a nod to COVID-19 while the sterling silver material is a reminder of the ‘silver linings’ that occur even in the darkest of times. Visitors to http://www.mervisdiamond.com can purchase the bracelet by clicking on the Gabriel banner on the home page.
Whether shoppers believe in a higher power or just the simple math of 91 being greater than 19, this formula and bracelet represents strength, comfort, and positivity.
Mervis Diamond Importers is a family business run on old fashioned family values. Brothers Zed and Ronnie Mervis were trained in diamonds by their father Morris Mervis and they continue their legacy in the traditional way — with honesty and integrity. Raised in the diamond center of the world in South Africa, they learned about diamonds at an early age. The brothers have always focused on quality diamonds and great value.
Ronnie Mervis, CEO of Mervis Diamond Importers, states “We are all in this situation together, and we want to show our gratitude to those on the frontlines, putting themselves at risk and spending long hours away from their families. We hope that you will join us in honoring those who are working to halt the spread of this pandemic.”