About Diamonds.com

Diamonds.com’s collection of diamonds and fine jewelry showcases rare and luxurious pieces personally chosen by our experienced curator. Our graduate gemologist concierge will be your personal contact through every step of your acquisition to ensure that you get exactly what you desire. You may call or email our concierge directly and she will answer any questions that you may have so you can make an informed decision about your purchase. With over 40 years in the diamond and jewelry business we have a global network of connections enabling us to source whatever you request. We emphasize top quality and fair pricing so that your jewel is extraordinary not only in gemstones and design, but in value as well.

Meet Our Expert

Glenda Marshall


Unusual gemstones really get my attention. Something different and unique makes my heart sing,” says Glenda Marshall, concierge for the Diamonds.com. Originally from Vancouver, B.C., Glenda has gemstones in her DNA. Her parents were lapidaries and taught Glenda how to identify gemstones before she learned her ABC’s. Glenda went on to earn her Graduate Gemologist degree from the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) and became an appraiser running her own business — Independent Jewelry Appraisal Services. For 23 years Glenda appraised jewelry for consumers, retailers, law enforcement, trust companies and pawn shops. She has also been an expert witness for a number of court cases. She later worked with a diamond broker in Vancouver sorting and grading diamonds. Ten years ago, Glenda moved to Las Vegas when she got married. She met her husband in the Vancouver airport while waiting for a flight to Las Vegas where she was headed for vacation. In Las Vegas, she worked for the American Gem Society Laboratory as supervisor of client relations. Glenda likes to travel and has been to several countries in Europe as well as Costa Rica, Mexico and Egypt. She also appreciates her home which has a very large backyard filled with flowers accented by gemstone specimens including amethyst, quartz, tiger’s eye, chrysocolla, rhodochrosite and various geodes.