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Dinner with Diamonds

Have you ever been to a dinner where you were expecting just a little bit more than what was given from the after dinner speaker? Have you ever been to a dinner and the speaker wasn’t very inspiring? Well instead of world politics or talks on social media, why not ask me, Lewis Malka, to  speak at an upcoming event.

I was asked recently to speak at a Women in Business networking dinner event last month, and the ladies were so excited, they invited the local press. As you can see from the cutting, there was a real buzz about the event, with no fewer than 30 women present. 

Topic’s ranged from: 

  • How to distinguish a good diamond from a bad one.
  • How to start an investment portfolio of diamonds.
  • Where do all the diamonds come from and are we going to run out soon?
  • What is the situation with illicit/blood diamonds.
  • Valuing jewellery for insurance.

And the list went on. 

During dinner, guests had a chance to have a one to one question session with me and ask about repairing their jewellery and resigning or remodelling inheritance pieces so they can wear them.

Who may this appeal to? Would you like me to attend your next dinner? Drop me a line and let’s discuss when I am free. The next time you have a dinner, let me add that touch of sparkle for you.

Lewis Malka is a recognized expert in making diamond rings as well as being a famous jeweller to the stars. All his blogs are his own opinions. He is a member of the London Diamond Bourse (LDB). You can follow him daily on Facebook and Twitter
If you would like any bespoke jewellery made, then please visit his website.

www.joseph-sterling.com | lewis@Joseph-sterling.com

The next James Bond? Well I wouldn’t go that far. Diamonds are forever, and Lewis is the man to speak to whether it’s for an engagement ring, eternity ring, or to start your diamond investment portfolio. Call Lewis at Sterling… Joseph Sterling. 


Lewis Malka is a recognized expert in making diamond rings as well as being a famous jeweller to the stars. All his blogs are his own opinions. He is a member of the London Diamond Bourse (LDB). You can follow him daily on Facebook and Twitter
If you would like any bespoke jewellery made, then please visit his website.

www.joseph-sterling.com | lewis@Joseph-sterling.com

And all because the lady loves…..

 

Are you looking to invest your money in diamonds? If so look no further than speaking to Lewis Malka of Joseph Sterling. Read his short blog on investing in diamonds then make an appointment with him to start your portfolio

Lewis Malka is a recognized expert in making diamond rings as well as being a famous jeweller to the stars. All his blogs are his own opinions. He is a member of the London Diamond Bourse (LDB). You can follow him daily on Facebook and Twitter
If you would like any bespoke jewellery made, then please visit his website.

www.joseph-sterling.com | lewis@Joseph-sterling.com

Back to Black..

 

Traditionally a black diamond was thought of as a man’s stone, and is often used in settings for men’s wedding bands. While black diamonds aren’t considered as popular as other coloured diamonds like fancy pink or canary yellow, there seems to have been an uptrend in recent years.

The latest resurgence of mass publicity came in 2010 with the release of Sex And The City 2, when Carrie is given a nice 5 Carat Black Diamond ring, below, from Big. When she asked why a black diamond, his response was “because you are not like anyone else”.

 

This ring was designed by Itay Malkin who beat 20 other top designers to the coveted “important” ring. The final design featued a 5 carat natural black diamond surrounded by 80 natural white pave diamonds which are set in 18ct white gold. 

In 2008 Victoria’s Secret created the Black Diamond Fantasy Miracle Bra. It was adorned with nearly 3,900 gems, mainly black diamonds and with a price tag of $5 million.

Olga Kurylenko, who stars as the newest Bond girl Camille in the latest 007 movie Quantum of Solace, showed up at the London Premier wearing a black diamond and ruby poppy brooch designed by Kleshna. The James Bond beauty is often seen wearing black diamonds. 

So what are your thoughts on the matter? Is it as clear as black or white?

 

Lewis Malka is a recognized expert in making diamond rings as well as being famous for being a jeweller to the stars. All his blogs are his own opinions. You can follow him daily on Facebook and Twitter
If you would like any bespoke jewellery made, then please visit his website.

www.joseph-sterling.com | lewis@Joseph-sterling.com