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March 23, 1991 - Image 31

Resource type:
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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-03-23

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From the man who single-handedly

carved his niche into the world of

gem design, comes this irresistible

work of art. Award winning DuQuet

Jewelers features the country's

largest collection of one-of-a-kind,

signed "fantasy-cut" Munsteiner

loose stones and finished pieces set

into 18 karat hand-crafted settings

from $1,000 to over $50,000.

Pictured here: 53.67ct Amethyst, 1.57ct
total diamond weight, 18kt.

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DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS

31620 GRAND RIVER AVE.
FARMINGTON, MICHIGAN 48336
313 • 474 • 4061
Fax 313 • 474 • 0347

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