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TVD Launches Virgin Diamonds

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(Press Release) Once a diamond is mined, it goes on, through the years and down the ages. There is no deterioration, no decay, no wear — only a never-ending, ever-changing ownership, often influencing the life and fortune of each successive wearer. There has always been a supply of second-hand diamonds on the market, some of them, of course, with none-too-savory a past.

Such is the inevitable, says Louis Valentine, creator of The Virgin Diamond.

“Every year an increasing number of stones, which have been lost, sold, or stolen, are finding their way back into the regular channels of trade. Yet how much more appealing would a diamond be if it never before had been individually owned or worn, if no thought of previous owners or past associations could enter to mar its possession. A beautiful gem, which lasts forever, but whose history begins with you.”

The Virgin Diamond has set out to make this possible.

TVD now offers Virgin Diamonds, which have never before been owned or worn. Whether or not you believe in superstitions, you no longer need worry about the history of your gem. No bloodshed, no broken engagements, and no curse. Every Virgin Diamond from TVD is completely certified. The purchaser is the first to own and wear the stone.

The Virgin Diamond is made available to the consumers through a select group of fine retail jewelers throughout the U.S. and Canada. Those who wish to participate and distribute are encouraged to visit our website and apply for partnership.

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Valentine is the creator of The Virgin Diamond and co-founder of GemFind 1999.

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