Hello. I'm Blake. And on Jan 9 of 2016 I sold my very first custom engagement ring to a very happy bride-and-groom-to-be.
I'm not a 17th Generation Family Jeweler.
I don’t sit behind a glass case, pushing 5ct diamonds.
I’m not one of those slick yet pushy, 3-piece suit jewelers.
Nor a person that is interested in selling junk diamonds and cast rings.
So how the heck did I start a successful custom jewelry company in no time?!
I actually asked myself the same question when I saw how easy it was to beat out the pricing of conventional brick & mortar stores.
See, I actually did this for fun!
I never expected to make a career out of this.
Despite that, there was one little thing that set me apart from every. other. Jewelry store.
Only that you ask?
Doing the opposite helped me make three times the rings in a day than your favorite jewelry store in a month.
I don’t have a grandpa that taught me diamonds.
I don’t have a fancy pants (and expensive) showroom full of sub-par inventory.
I don’t hire pushy sales staff.
We make millions of dollars in diamond rings, wedding bands, and antique heirlooms.
Don't believe me?
You can do your own research and fact-checking.
I can guarantee you.
Nobody, and I swear nobody has accomplished this feat.
Again, I'm not a family jeweler.
Just a humble entrepreneur from Texas.
I'm even new to e-Comm.
I don't even have a background in finance or business management or whatever.
I still don’t understand Facebook ad marketing (silly, I know).
I was supposed to go to medical school.
So instead of peddling overpriced diamond rings in little blue teal boxes...
You will witness the undeniable proof that anybody can have nice jewelry...
And have heirloom quality rings to pass down to their grandchildren...
As told by a real, normal guy.
Not someone that makes $12/hour by "teaching" others about jewelry in some expensive showroom.
(By the way! Never believe someone that sells jewelry without having their reputation on the line. Your wallet will thank you.)
Here is the screenshot from a few days ago