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January 26, 1990 - Image 4

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-26

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The only way
you'll pay less for a diamond
than at Tapper's,
is to buy less of a diamond.

At Tapper's we sell diamonds of
superb quality, and we will compare
them with anyone's. Even if that
means sending a diamond to the
Gemological Institute of America
for an independent evaluation. In

the end, we will not be undersold on
diamonds of comparable quality and
cut. That's our policy, and we back

it with complete cash refunds. The
next time you're looking for a
diamond, go where you'll get the
best diamond for the money.

The final word in diamonds.

This 1.55 ct., F color, S12 clarity,

brilliant cut center stone is set in 18 kt.
gold and surrounded by 1.26 ct. tw.
baguettes and brilliant cuts.

Special selling price: $8,900.

Fine Jewelry
& Gifts

26400 W. 12 Mile Road
Franklin Savings Centre
Southfield, MI 48034 • 357-5578



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