Philosophy
 

I was inspired to start my own business because I saw the need for bringing together the best of the old guard and new guard of jewelry sales.

Online retailers are all over the Net, operating more efficiently and offering you larger selections than traditional jewelers, but without the all-important personal service. Likewise, traditional jewelers offer valuable face-to-face service but are hindered by huge overheads and large inventories that limit your choices. DKPJ offers the best of both worlds.

"I have wept in the night for the shortness of sight, that to some mans' needs made me blind, but I never have yet felt a tinge of regret for being just a little too kind"

This anonymous quote hit home with me when I first read it 21 years ago, and I have used it as a guide many times throughout my life. I believe I am very blessed to have the opportunity to have my own business, and with that comes certain responsibilities to my community. I don't do business in a vacuum - it's vital that businesses play a role in supporting the communities that support them. That's why I've committed to donating 5 percent of my gross profits to local charities. By buying from me, you're helping those who need it the most, something you can be proud of while enjoying your purchase.



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