Monday, December 10, 2012
Diamonds, custom designed rings and more are sold at this full-service jeweler on Sandy Plains Road.
'Tis the season to be jolly. Fa la la la love grinning at the sparkles of a big, fat diamond. All year is diamond season but the fourth quarter is traditionally strong in sales around the world due to festivals that include Diwali, Golden Week and Christmas, according to a Rapaport Magazine article citing diamond miner DeBeers' chief executive Philippe Mellier. Rapaport is a multinational group, with over 13,000 clients in 95 countries, that provides services supporting the development of free, fair, efficient, competitive, and profitable diamond and jewelry markets. David Douglas Diamonds sales manager Jen Foster says that “All of our vendors sign an ethics agreement on how the diamonds and other gems and metals are sourced.” Doug …
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
If you missed the David Douglas Diamonds and Jewelry Easter egg hunt for adults, not to worry...there's still time.
In the spirit of Easter egg hunts, David Douglas Diamonds held an adult egg hunt April 2-7. Colored plastic eggs filled with gemstones and surprises were hidden in Publix, Sandy Plains Park, Mountain View Regional Library, and other Northeast Cobb locations. East Cobb resident Jane Keever Bailey found a blue topaz in an egg during her visit to the jewelry store. There are 67 eggs left filled with gemstones, surprises and one lucky person will win a $2,000 diamond. No purchase necessary. Stop in to crack yours open today. Know about an important deadline coming up? Tell us in the comments, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You also can post your own event or announcement for everyone to see.
Friday, October 21, 2011
Lassiter and Sprayberry students competed in a David Douglas Diamonds contest to custom-design their homecoming queen's necklace. The necklace will be presented at Friday's Homecoming Half Time show. Vote for your favorite in our poll.
Northeast Cobb's Lassiter High School and Sprayberry High School participated in David Douglas Diamonds and Jewelry's Drawing for Diamonds contest. Drawing for Diamonds is a drawing and writing contest that gives students the opportunity to design a necklace for each school's homecoming queen. The winning design is created into a piece of jewelry that will be presented to the homecoming queen during homecoming ceremonies Friday. This is Lassiter’s fourth year participating in the contest and Sprayberry’s first. This year’s Lassiter winners: This year’s Sprayberry winners: The first place winner received a $250 gift certificate. Second and third place winners received a $100 gift certificate. The contest winners will be recognized during …