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Sunday, January 30, 2011

Carrie Underwood Gets Yellow Diamond Engagement Ring

The National Jeweler Network of the United States has recently published a story about a new fashionable yellow diamond ring. According to the news, it is a very precious engagement ring which was custom made for the engagement of the successful hockey player Mike Fisher of the Ottawa Senators team and a famous country singer Carrie Underwood.

The ring is decorated with a wonderful yellow diamond. Its design was invented by the Johnathon Arndt Gallery of Jewels. This institution got its fame when its owners and founding fathers, brothers Newman and Johnathon Arndt, entered into an alliance with the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music. Its masters are so highly appreciated that they have an honor of supplying jewels for the most fascinating international red-carpet events, such as the Oscars, the Grammys, etc. This jewelry company has been known as the one creating truly extraordinary pieces of art.

The Arndt jewelry company has been also known for their help to certain non-profit organizations for senior people and ill or deprived children, such as: Academy of Country Music Foundation, Dorough Lupus Foundation, Grammy MusiCares Foundation honoring Brian Wilson and James Taylor, Starlight Children's Foundation honoring Steven Spielberg, Society of Singers honoring Celine Dion and Sir Elton John, etc.

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