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Meet Daniel

Daniel grew up in a family of gemologists, which inspired his passion for jewelry and gemstones. He brings with him over 20 years of extensive and impressive experience in the television industry, before joining the Gem Shopping Network family in 2018.

Daniel prides himself as a jewelry connoisseur with a distinct eye for design and value. He enjoys bringing the world's finest jewelry and gemstones with the most incredible prices to consumers and collectors, alike. 

In his free time, Daniel enjoys time on the water sailing or time on the green spent golfing.

 

Meet our host Daniel

Favorite Quotes

Try your hardest. Never quit. Treat others the way you would like to be treated.

Daniel On the Air

Time Zone
TIME SHOW SHOW HOSTS
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2019
3:00 AM-9:00 AM Rare Gems & Fine Jewelry
Show Details
An expansive collection of exotic colored gemstone and fine jewelry. Presented by Gem Shopping
Daniel
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2019
7:00 PM-3:00 AM Fine High-End Jewelry
Show Details
Rare colored diamond and gem collection closeouts. Presented by Gem Shopping
Jason & Daniel
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2019
9:00 PM-3:00 AM Fine High-End Jewelry
Show Details
Rare colored diamond and gem collection closeouts. Presented by Gem Shopping
Daniel

DANIEL'S FAVORITE GEMSTONE

Daniel loves Russian Demantoids for their color and remote mining location in the
Siberian Mountains, which can only be mined a few months out of the year.

 
Demantoid Garnet

Demantoid Garnet

A member of the garnet group this green gemstone gets it color from iron. Its name means diamond in Dutch and has a higher dispersion (brilliance) than diamond. While garnets were known since ancient times the demantoid variety was not discovered until the mid 1800s in Russia’s Ural Mountains. This gem is considered one of the most valuable garnets because of its rarity. Aside from Russia this stone is mined in Namibia, Italy, and Iran.

Learn more at GemU
 
  • Gem Shopping Network, Inc., Jewelers  Retail, Duluth, GA
  • American Gem Trade Association
  • Diamond Council of America
  • Jewelers Vigilance Committee

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