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Little Treasury Jewelers

1316 Main Chapel Way
Gambrills, MD 21054 410-721-7100

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Jewelry repair took a few days, but it was perfectly done. - Sep 06, 2014

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Kay Jewelers

2389 Brandermill Blvd #103
Gambrills, MD 21054 410-721-2520

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We bought our rings many years ago from Kay's. Have them clean and keeping... - Sep 06, 2017

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Parisi's Diamond Trust

1053 Rte 3 N #4
Gambrills, MD 21054 410-721-4740

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My family has been doing business with the Parisi family for 20 years. We... - Nov 27, 2012

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The four Cs—cut, carat, color, and clarity—help determine a stone’s price. Pay attention to these guidelines, but don’t assume better grades are always worth higher price tags. You can spend a lot more money for a higher-grade stone when a lower-grade one will do.

Skilled florists can interpret your tastes (or those of the recipient), determine what’s appropriate for the occasion, and then create a work of art that fits those needs. Our ratings of florists for quality and price should help you pick the best.

If you want delivery, exotic flowers, or need advice, your best bet is a florist. But if you’re willing to pick up the posies yourself and want to save a lot of money, you have several other options.

When you need to send flowers to someone outside the area, what do you do? We review the options, and advise you on how to deal with each to ensure you and your special someone on the other end are happy with the results.

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