Spa goers get diamond treatment

A large group of women, mostly from Wayne County, traveled together for the event, saying it was a destination get away for all of them.

"We're having a great time," said Terry Sutherland, who was enjoying the time with her mother, Melva Dolan.

With them were also sisters Cheryl Condon and Amy Toye. According to Toye, the day at Mirbeau was the third time they had had a weekend getaway together.

"We do it every year," she said, adding that it's just to get out and enjoy relaxing.

Prior to the event, Pulito said he expected additional people to stop by to meeting Kaminsky and get a peek at the diamonds on display. He said he expected between two and four people to take advantage of the $20,000 treatment, which included not only the meal and Diamond Radiance skin treatment, but also a Hearts on Fire diamond of their choice from Skaneateles Jewelry.

The name comes from the way in which the diamond is cut; the facets line up perfectly so that when looking through the stone from the top, the viewer sees hearts. Flip it over and look through from the pointed end and you see fire, or at least a representation of flames.

Alamond said all of the diamonds are cut in Antwerp, Belgium. The line begins with jewelry priced at $600 up to $1.5 million. The diamonds are also "low light" stones, meaning that even in candlelight, they still sparkle as if in broad daylight,.

"They are the world's most perfect cut diamonds," Alamond said.

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