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Meet Deanna

Deanna has been a host at GSN for over 10 years. She began her career in the jewelry industry at Gem Shopping, but she is quick to assert that she’s been accessorizing with jewelry her entire life! She believes that jewelry is an extension of your personality.

From a young age, Deanna was raised to appreciate artisan craftsmanship like the handmade stonework from Poland that layered her family's pool (later featured in Architectural Digest) and spending days watching her mother design her very own jewelry pieces.

Her love of artistry led her to earn a Bachelor of Arts from Loyola Marymount University and later an MFA from the California Institute of the Arts. Moving from Los Angeles and then to Hawaii, she finally put down roots in Atlanta, where she continued her longtime love affair with jewelry as a GSN host.

On her shows, you can expect two things: spontaneity and the very best values. Outside of GSN, Deanna loves to spoil her dogs and watch movies. .


Deanna On the Air

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2:00 PM-7:00 PM Jewelry Extravaganza
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A high-energy show featuring a selection of contemporary jewelry and gems from around the world. Presented by Gem Shopping
Mike & Deanna
7:00 PM-3:00 AM Jewelry Extravaganza
Show Details
A high-energy show featuring a selection of contemporary jewelry and gems from around the world. Presented by Gem Shopping
Mike & Deanna


Emerald because it is my birthstone! Plus diamonds and blue sapphire because they are so beautiful.


The hardest material known to man, diamond is the only gemstone primarily comprised of one element, carbon. One of the oldest known gems, diamonds were mined in India as far back as 400 B.C. The largest diamond ever found was the Cullinan, a 3,106 ct. behemoth, found in 1905. It was cut into 105 stones, two of which reside in the British Crown Jewels.

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The favorite stone of Egyptian Queen Cleopatra, emerald is a member of the beryl family of gemstones. The mineral chromium is what gives the emerald its color, the higher the chromium the more intense the color. Emeralds were mined by the ancient Egyptians and their name comes from the Greek word smaragdos meaning green stone. The finest emeralds are found in Columbia but emeralds are also found in Zambia, Zimbabwe, Brazil, Russia, and Afghanistan.

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The most well known of the sapphire family is the blue stone that is only second in hardness to diamonds and known as the gem of heaven because of its rich blue color. The use of sapphires as adornment dates back, as early as, the 7th century B.C. One of the most famous sapphires is the 104 ct. Stewart Sapphire mounted in the British Imperial State Crown. Sapphires are most prevalent in Australia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, China, Madagascar, Africa, and Montana in the United States.

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