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"People will Stare, Make it Worth Their While” - Event Overview

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Jul 14, 2016

In 1954, Harry Winston said, “People will stare, make it worth their while.”

In 1954, Harry Winston said, “People will stare, make it worth their while.”

Member were prompt, all anticipating what is about to be exhibited.

A collection of raw gemstones laid in a number of security safes. The gemstone appreciation was complemented with with wine and jazz music. Members examined the gemstones carefully and exchanged their thoughts with their peers. There were 11 types of breathtaking gemstones, top-quality and extraordinary. Detailed item descriptions and GIA certifications made rendered them impeccable.

“Two heads are better than one.” Members shared their knowledge on the market analysis of rare gemstones, as well as exchanged internal business news and potential partnership opportunities.

Many people choose to purchase raw gemstones rather than the finished jewelry due to the large difference in price. In addition, the quality of the gemstone is also less obstructed in their natural states, which are beneficial for custom requests. Of course, a talented jewelry designer would be necessary to help retain the original quality of the gemstone.

During this event, OGP introduced our jewelry designer team, as well as recommended works by British designer Andrew. OGP strive for participation, acquisition, sharing, innovation, and collaboration.

This was a private gathering, and we have achieved our goal. The time was worthwhile, and members left the event with a rare gemstone in their pocket.

We would like to thank the participation and cooperation of the eight members who have attended this event.

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