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March 27, 2015 1:30 PM ET

Specialty Retail

Company Overview of Ben Bridge Jeweler, Inc.

Company Overview

Ben Bridge Jeweler, Inc. owns and operates retail jewelry stores in Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, and Washington. It offers engagement products, such as engagement rings, men's wedding rings, plain bands, ring wraps and guards, solitaire rings, and wedding bands. The company also provides diamonds, including anniversary rings, diamond bracelets, diamond earrings, diamond necklaces and pendants, diamond rings, journey diamond jewelry, promise rings, and Canadian diamonds. In addition, it offers jewelry, such as bracelets, chains and cords, charms, cultured pearls, earrings, gemstone jewelry, lockets, necklaces and pendants, pins, ...

2901 3rd Avenue

Suite 200

Seattle, WA 98121

United States

Founded in 1912

Phone:

206-448-6811

Fax:

206-448-7456

Key Executives for Ben Bridge Jeweler, Inc.

Co-Chairman and Co-Chief Executive Officer
Co-Chairman and Co-Chief Executive Officer
President
Vice Chairman and General Counsel
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Ben Bridge Jeweler, Inc. Key Developments

Ben Bridge Jeweler, Inc. Announces Unique Collection of Exclusive Ikuma(TM) Canadian Diamond Engagement Rings and Wedding Bands

Ben Bridge Jeweler, Inc. announced a unique collection of exclusive Ikuma(TM) Canadian diamond engagement rings and wedding bands. Designed to meet the needs of today's socially conscious bride, the collection offers a wide range of diamond shapes, designs, and price points. A spectacular two carat Ikuma diamond engagement ring is also part of the company's $100,000 Wedding of the Century sweepstakes grand prize package. The Ikuma Diamond: Fire and Ice, Formed millions of years ago in Canada's Northern Territories, Ikuma diamonds are named after the Inuit word for fire, a stark contrast to the frozen landscape in which they are found. Only in the last few decades have scientists discovered that Canada is home to some of the large diamond deposits in the world. These sources of diamonds have been unearthed carefully and painstakingly to protect the integrity of the land, the sanctity of the environmental habitats, and the native communities surrounding them.

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