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January 27, 1990 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-27

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o be sure you're getting a

good price on a diamond, be
sure you compare diamonds of
the same quality.

•\ \

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. ..

Tapper's.
The final word in diamonds.

This 1.67 ct. E color, VS1 clarity

princess cut diamond is certified by
the G.I.A. Accented by 18 princess
cut diamonds weighing 1.20 ct. tw .
and set in a 14 kt. gold custom
design by Gem Piero.
Special selling price: $15,900.

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Fine Jewelry
& Gifts

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All merchandise subject to prior sale.

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

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