High quality always seals the deal on a diamond engagement ring at Benjamin Jewelers on Camino del Rio South in Mission Valley. The fire in the middle is simply captured by a fair sized shape set solid to give a perfect harmony to an unfinished destiny.
The jewelry seller that settled in San Diego in the 1940s earned a reputation by giving customers diamond choices they never look back on.
There are thousands of "one-of-a-kind" pieces in San Diego's largest jewelry showroom. Mr. Benjamin "built his business by providing the ultimate shopping experience for diamonds and fine jewelry." Today, the finest diamonds are offered in all shapes.
Popular round cut diamonds have made a woman's day for near a 100 years. And customers can still come to know the brilliance in the cut at the valley store. Beauty found in a field of colors forms in a Princess diamond's square shape. The line on a marrying finger grows longer opened up by a pear shaped teardrop's one sweep from a round to a point.
No hit or miss shopping for value at Benjamin's.
The diamond a man pays to give his fiancée shows a clarity and color as good as the shape he selects can show in its many sides. San Diegans can trust in taking home a full balance of living qualities that grows in the light in return for the price.
Customers agree to no limits. The agreement on the shape seen in a work of art is open. A man can even make a request for a heart shaped diamond. "The heart is the ultimate symbol of love," Benjamin says.
Joy is in the shape.
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