Charleston Style and Design

FALL 2015

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…wear a piece of South Carolina close to your heart Purchase Katherine DuTremble's beautiful Palmetto Moon art on a t-shirt in any size and a choice of front pocket, no pocket, in short or long sleeves. Give someone a piece of South Carolina art. Purchase the shirts directly from Katherine or online at Historic Arts & Seafood Festival Bluffton, SC - Oct. 17th & 18th Osceola Fine Arts Festival Kissimmee, FL - Nov. 14th & 15 Studio in the Groves 463 Japonica Road Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464 (843) 817-4471 Lowcountry Artists Gallery 148 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC 843-577-9295 Fa mil Thi O l 1 2 x 9" y n g i " Deborah Palmer 146 CS D tion center," says Cohn. "Due to our buying and production processes, we can sell at much lower prices than other fne jewelry stores." Another unique feature of Charleston Gold & Diamond Exchange is that it typically sells one-of-a-kind items. If you want fve identical pieces, you won't fnd them here. "We've learned that owning a unique piece is important to many of our customers," explains Cohn. "It's another way we are unique in the marketplace." An example of this is a show- case that features Tacori close- outs. "We sell brand new Tacori for half the price our customers would normally pay, and we get a lot of it," he says. Selection is also a major factor when it comes to his new jewelry. Engagement rings and semi- mount settings fll one showcase, the most of any store in the area. "We have 10 times more semi- mounts than you see here," claims Cohn. "We also specialize in GIA certifed diamonds. No one can match our selection or our prices on GIA diamonds, so that's what we sell the most of. A customer can pick out a semi-mount and we can set the diamond of his or her choice. If customers don't see exactly what they want, Doug Green, our third generation master jeweler with 25 years of experience, can design and make a custom piece especially for them. Charleston Gold & Diamond Exchange creates approximately 30 custom engagement rings a month. That's among the many things we do for our customers." Another entire showcase fea- tures diamond ear studs. "What you see in the case is nothing compared to what is in the back," notes Cohn. "We offer

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