Sweet Valentine Diamond Deals from Israel
Israel is the largest supplier of diamonds to the United States in value terms, providing close to 40% of the polished diamonds sold in the U.S.
Looking for an exceptional gift for your very special valentine? This year buy your love a one-of-a-kind gift of a diamond or diamond jewelry at discounted wholesale prices, direct from the source:Israel.Tel Avivis home to one of the world’s leading business-to-business diamond trading centers. ThisValentine’s Day, the Israeli Diamond Industry is selling directly to the consumer via a pop-up Internet sales platform, offering special prices on unusual natural diamonds and fine jewels fromIsrael’sleading companies.
Sweet Valentine Israel Diamond Deals,located athttp://israeldiamonddeals.com/has been specially curated to offer you a range of hand-picked, heart-themed jewelry and loose diamonds from leading Israeli companies at discounts of up to 40%. You’ll find great deals on rings, necklaces and pendants as well as loose natural white and colored diamonds. Choose from yellow, pink or cognac diamonds, as well as the more exotic colors – orange, green and blue diamonds. List prices range from$369for a diamond and sapphire pendant to$148,780for a 1.75 carat radiant fancy green diamond.
Other items include: a diamond heart pendant for less than$400, a diamond heart ring at under$1,500, a diamond tennis bracelet for$515, a double heart shaped fancy yellow and orange diamond ring at$3,840, and a heart shaped 6 carat fancy yellow diamond at less than$50,000.The promotion will be available throughout February.
Israelis the largest supplier of diamonds tothe United Statesin value terms, providing close to 40% of the polished diamonds sold in the U.S. Selling diamonds directly to consumers is relatively new forIsrael, a highly-innovative country which exports over$7 billionworth of diamonds worldwide each year. In the past few years, with the active support and encouragement of the Israel Diamond Institute (IDI), some Israeli diamond companies have begun to sell online, both to businesses and consumers.This trend reflects the commitment of some of the Israeli companies, steered by the younger generation, to utilize multiple marketing channels.