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Scott Berg, Board President of American Gem Society (left)
Hank Siegel, President of Hamilton Jewelers (center)
Ruth Batson, CEO of American Gem Society (right)
RECIPIENT OF PRESTIGIOUS AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY® AWARD - HANK B. SIEGEL OF HAMILTON JEWELERS
Princeton, NJ, – July, 2016 – On Tuesday, July 26, 2016, the American Gem Society (AGS) honored three esteemed leaders in the jewelry industry at a gala in New York City. Hamilton’s president and CEO, Hank Siegel, was amongst those recognized as a recipient of The AGS Triple Zero® Award.
Announced during the 16th annual Circle of Distinction Dinner, the jewelry industry’s most prestigious event, The Triple Zero® Award is synonymous with excellence, and is presented to leaders in the jewelry industry for their countless accomplishments and contributions to the industry and their communities. The term “Triple Zero” represents the highest grade in the AGS Diamond Grading Standards, thus recognizing outstanding leaders in the jewelry industry.
Mr. Siegel stated “It is such an honor to receive this important recognition in our industry. Our firm strives for leadership in every area of our business and it is extremely gratifying to receive such a prominent acknowledgement. I am grateful for the award and thank AGS for granting me the opportunity to be part of this prestigious commemoration”.
Hank joined Hamilton as the third generation of the Siegel family in 1982 and was appointed as president and CEO in 1993. Mr. Siegel is a graduate of Emory University, where he received his BBA, Boston University Graduate School of Management, where he received his MBA, and the GIA’s Graduate Gemologist in Residence Program. In 1986, he became a Certified Gemologist Appraiser from the American Gem Society.
In 2005, Mr. Siegel completed serving a two-year term as President of the Jewelers Vigilance Committee. In 2008 he was elected a Governor of the Gemological Institute of America. He has also served on the boards of many organizations in the gem and jewelry industry. He is a member of the New Jersey and Palm Beach Chapters of the Young President’s Organization. Hank resides in Princeton with wife, Lisette, & has two sons, Andrew and Benjamin.
The American Gem Society is the country's preeminent jewelry trade organization dedicated to consumer protection. Since 1934, the nonprofit organization has stood as a cornerstone of the fine jewelry industry, holding member jewelers to the highest of standards and business ethics.
Hamilton is a third generation family owned and operated firm with locations in Princeton and Palm Beach. The company has earned a reputation for excellence in client service, value, and quality since 1912. For more information, please visit www.hamiltonjewelers.com
Andrew, Hank, Lisette, and Benjamin Siegel
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Thursday, August 18, 2016
There is a new trend that some thought might not "stick around". Some may have dismissed it as a private exchange for the rich and famous. Make no mistake, it is anything but those things. This is a new way that a spouse or significant other can acknowledge Moms and Moms-to-be. Women over the world are shown appreciation for the months of sacrifice - with a gift!
The Push Present or The Push Gift
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The Push Present or The Push Gift
In a nutshell: A push present or push gift is given to the mother marking the birth of their child. This practice of gift giving does not have any defined rules. Some fathers give the present before childbirth. Some surprise the new Mom when she arrives home from the hospital. We have been told that some brave fathers bring the gift to the delivery room (imagine that). Many women direct their significant others and even choose their presents ahead of time. There are many others that want to have a gift chosen "from the heart". As you can see, there are no real clear definitions, instructions or rules.
For Dad to choose a gift during this transitional time, it can often get confusing. He may be thinking: Did I spend enough? Will she like it? Does it show he how much I appreciate her? The list goes on. Here is the good news; we can help with a great suggestion. The following is a timeless classic that will NEVER GO OUT OF STYLE. Browse through the large variety of styles, prices and designs. We assure you that you can NOT go wrong.
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