William Levine PINK AND WHITE DIAMOND TENNIS BRACELET
THIS TENNIS BRACELET CONSISTS OF ROSE GOLD LINKS CONTAINING TWO PINK PRINCESS CUT DIAMONDS THAT ALTERNATE WITH WHITE GOLD LINKS CONTAINING THREE FULL CUT DIAMONDS. THERE ARE A TOTAL OF 60 PINK DIAMONDS WEIGHING 7.19 CARATS AND 90 FULL CUT DIAMONDS WEIGHING 3.34 CARATS.
|Name||PINK AND WHITE DIAMOND TENNIS BRACELET|
|Material||18K Two-Tone Gold|
William Levine was studying accounting when his father-in-law brought him into his New York diamond business during the Depression. Willie was a quick study in the business, but soon realized that there was too much competition in New York to pursue his own ventures. In 1938 he made the bold decision to move his young family to Chicago where there were fewer wholesale diamond dealers. He traveled by trains and ships including the Queen Mary to New York, Israel and Belgium to bring high quality diamonds to the Midwest. After WWII, it was the diamond house of William Levine Inc. that pioneered the practice of giving generous memo terms to retail jewelers. His eldest son Carl joined his father in the business after graduating from the University of Illinois in 1958. Nine years later Jess added his talents to the firm, bringing with him an interest in other precious stones and antique jewelry. Today Carl’s son David is President of William Levine Inc., and under his direction has launched William Levine Fine Jewels, LLC a full line of fine finished jewelry including the classic three-stone ring, diamond necklaces and bracelets as well as precious stone jewelry made with diamonds ...