Yes, we call it high season in America, but that’s not what we mean.
But it wasn't a type of product they wanted to carry ... for good reason.
This client wanted three engagement rings. The jeweler ordered champagne.
The trend didn't last long, but the customer relationship did.
'We made a life-sized replica of a guy’s ...'
'We draw the line at human flesh.'
'You’re worth it' is a nice sentiment ... but on a $79 ring?
'This ring is obviously bad luck and defective.'
This beautiful diamond ring went places no ring should go.
Once you start accepting really odd jobs, there's no knowing where it will end.
These were the customers that you hope get in and out before another client comes in.
The pearls have to stay in the case, kid.
Two tales of misjudged looks.
She helped break this jeweler out of the blues.
The staff came to his rescue ... from mouth-to-mouth.
Even her grandkids were in on it.
Hint: it wasn't the diamond she thought they had switched.
A plate piled high with cookies can go a long way to remedying a false accusation.
His parting words were, 'My wife is going to kill me.'
This real customer wanted the sheen of sparkly copper.