What your family heirlooms are really worth

Ron Samuelson, CEO at Samuelson’s Diamonds & Estate Buyers: Diamond and Estate Jewelry Experts and Appraisers joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Ron Samuelson discuss the following:

  1. Talk about the service you provide what what makes it unique and different?
  2. What brought you into the jewelry business?
  3. What are the most valuable estate jewelry items?
  4. What are common misconceptions from the public on what they think the value of their jewelry is?
  5. What’s the most rewarding part of your job?

Right place, right time is the best way to describe Ron Samuelson’s experience in the diamond trade. Although he stepped right into a leadership position in his family’s 90-year-old diamond business, the fact that he did this in the early 90’s, just as the internet was emerging, offered him a unique opportunity. He immediately saw the power of online marketing as a way of helping him elevate his game and become a powerful force in the diamond landscape.

Ron launched Samuelson’s Buyers in 2010 which offers unique jewelry buying offices in high-end shopping districts in the Washington DC/Baltimore area.

He has been featured in Baltimore Magazine’s 40 under 40, The Baltimore Sun and profiled in the Wall Street Journal. Ron has been a speaker at various jewelry trade shows and is also frequently called upon to give his insight on the diamond market. He has been trained by GIA in diamonds and diamond grading.

Ron‘s hobbies include seeing live music and playing guitar. A graduate of Emory University in Atlanta, he currently serves on the Board of Directors of The Dr. Michael Feinglass Cancer Foundation and lives in Maryland with his wife and two children.

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