On Thanksgiving Day, Lane, and her husband Collin, went for a pre-meal run. However, later that afternoon a jogger’s stride on that same path was broken by the glint of a sparkling ring. As honest as she was quick thinking, the runner sought out a forest patrol ranger, who noticed Gabriel & Co.’s name and unique serial number inside the band. Immediately calling Gabriel’s New York office, the jeweler directed the ranger to the local authorized Gabriel dealer. Sure enough, he had, indeed, sold Lane and Collin that ring in question and he was only too delighted to call the frantic couple and tell them the good news.
Accidents happen, but Gabriel & Co. is here to ensure that tragedies do not. Each of Gabriel & Co.’s award-winning, conflict-free, natural diamond rings is imprinted with its own serial number. This unique features insures that security and global ownership is never compromised, even in the event of an accident or loss.
“Once again, Gabriel & Co. proves its excellence goes beyond just beauty,” says Senior Vice President and Chief Design Officer, Dominick Gabriel. “We recognize that engagement rings are pieces of timeless jewelry that are held dear to both giver and receiver. When the worst happens, we are prepared. Good Samaritans and Gabriel’s unique serial number came together to give this couple the chance to be reunited with a priceless piece of their lives and their love.”
Gabriel’s focus on customer’s satisfaction and leadership in both the fine jewelry and engagement sectors continues to be unmatched. The jeweler prides itself on providing an unparalleled jewelry experience, from its Shop Confidently program, which allows couples to exchange their registered rings for another of equal or higher value, to its innovative Omni Channel experience, where couples can browse Gabriel’s vast engagement ring catalogue and schedule a complimentary viewing with a local trusted retailer.
Viewings can be set for the same day or scheduled for a more preferred date/time –and no payment is required.
Read the happy article from Chicago’s Daily Herald here.