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Samuelson's Diamonds

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419 W Baltimore St, Baltimore, MD 21201

(410) 837-0290

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Today: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tomorrow: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
97
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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Where Trust is a Family Tradition

General Info
At Samuelson's Diamonds we strive to provide a no-pressure, consultative sales approach while offering the best selection of the highest quality diamonds in Charm City. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will personalize your shopping experience by offering expert advice, educating you on the products we offer, and working within your budget.
Hours

Regular Hours

SatClosed

Extra Phones

Phone: (410) 837-0207

TollFree: (800) 374-4367

Services/Products
Diamonds, Jewelry, Engagement Rings, Wedding Bands, Estate Jewelry, Luxury Watches, and More!
Payment method
amex, visa, master card
Location
There is street parking located in front of our store. Additionally, there is a garage lot located 1 block from this location at 63 N. Paca street (be sure to exit the garage using the Paca Street elevators).
Neighborhoods
Central Baltimore, Downtown Baltimore
Categories
Jewelers, Diamond Buyers, Diamonds, Gold, Silver & Platinum Buyers & Dealers, Jewelry Buyers
Other Information

Parking: Garage, Street

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

By Appointment Only: No

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I went into Samuelson's thinking I would have a better experience than in a pawn shop, but it was not. I did end up selling my unwanted pieces to them, but, only after the first person "Paul" gave me a pretty low offer, then I was emailed 2 times to come back in to have the owner "Ron" "see if he could stretch" the offer. Whatever that means? Anyway, I was told my Sitara diamond was hard to sell/market because it is from a chain store etc. ridiculous! I have had my fair share of "car salesmen" experiences to know one when I see/hear one. I was actually offered the second time only a few hundred more, but had to include my band and other pieces I had not even included when Paul made the offer. Truth be told, a pawn shop in Dundalk had offered me about $80-$100 more than Samuelson's, and if you are wondering why I didn't leave and take it, well I am asking myself that now too. I just didn't feel like fooling with all of it again, I had gone over selling my stuff for 2 weeks, and it really was just bad memories, so I thought, so be it. The one big thing that should have made me just go was when Ron said I couldn't wait, that he would not want to buy it if I left to think about it! While I waited, I asked, who I assume is his father the cost of a watch that was in the case, never got an answer, I guess I am not good enough to buy it...Ha! So a lesson to all, don't judge a book by it's cover, a simple pawn shop will give you just as good, if not better offer and not be so condescending in the process! One last note, don't ask for copies of things they make you sign, you are not allowed to have them and if you don't have an account with M&T, you will be charged to cash from Samuelson's account, so ask for cash!