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Diamonds Direct Expands Midwest Presence With First Store in Illinois March 08, 2023 (2 comments)


Schaumburg, IL--Diamonds Direct, a direct-to-consumer destination retailer headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, has opened its first store in Illinois, expanding its Midwest footprint. Located in Schaumburg at 1701 E. Golf Road, the diamond and fine jewelry store is in front of Woodfield Mall.

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Founded in 1995, Diamonds Direct offers loose and mounted diamonds of varying sizes, engagement ring mountings by America's top designers, wedding bands, pendants, earrings, bracelets, pearls, gemstones, and fine fashion jewelry. A report notes that the company eliminates the middleman by sourcing directly from the mines and most diamond cutters. By maintaining involvement in the entire life cycle of a diamond, Diamonds Direct claims to offer the very best prices.

"We are thrilled to announce our arrival in the Chicago market as we continue to expand Diamonds Direct across the Midwest," said Diamonds Direct partner Dovy Klarberg in the report. "We've had our eye on the Chicago market for a while now and believe this expansion is a great opportunity to begin serving new clientele in the community who will hopefully turn into long-term, loyal customers."

Learn more about the new outlet in the report.

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Might be worth mentioning that Diamonds Direct has been a division of Signet for over a year now.

By Kate Peterson on Mar 13th, 2023 at 11:06am

Among the many items available at Diamonds Direct are a wide range of diamonds, both loose and mounted, as well as engagement rings set by some of the most renowned American designers, wedding coreball bands, pendants, earrings, bracelets, gemstones, pearls, and exquisite fashion jewelry. The corporation cuts out the middlemen by buying diamonds and other gems straight from the mines, according to the study.

By Arnold Hudson on Mar 5th, 2024 at 3:41am

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