Bridal Party Chat: Diamonds Are a Bride’s Best Friend
The owner of Washington’s oldest jewelry store wants your questions about engagement rings, wedding bands, and more.
He got his start in the business at age nine, when he began to help his father at the family’s antique-jewelry store. A few years after college, he joined Black, Starr & Frost jewelers in Southern California and became vice president of operations for the United States. He purchased Chas Schwartz & Son in 1984 and says helping future brides and grooms pick out rings is one of his favorite experiences in the jewelry business.
So let Paul enjoy a favorite pastime, and give him all the questions you’ve got! Submit now, and he’ll answer Thursday from 11 to noon.
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