Monday, March 24, 2014
Ain't No Mountain High Enough
This is a great story. Awhile back we got an email from a guy named Josh living in Equador looking for a band to accompany his grandmother's diamond. The catch was that the diamond was in Chicago with his brother. Rather than send the diamond to us they had a family jeweler in Chicago who was lined up to set the diamond in the band we'd provide. This required lots of back & forth about the diamond's specs, making sure the setting would be correct, look right & most importantly - fulfill what he was after. Turns out it worked! We just got a really sweet email directing us to his blog where you can read more about their beautiful, high altitude (16,463 feet to be precise), mountain top proposal.
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