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Mark Bronner

Mark Bronner


Mark Bronner Diamonds

Fairfield County, CT

Mark Bronner Diamonds | respected diamond dealer in greater New York for 20+ Years. University of Delaware alum. Boys & Girls Club and UNICEF supporter.


Mark Bronner Diamonds

Independent Contractor

Having discovered an interest in the buying and selling of diamonds, Mark has been an independently-employed trader in the industry. As such, Mark Bronner has practiced the art of buying and selling diamonds as if he had a masters' degree in the subject. A college friend approached Mark with an opportunity to invest in his diamond business, and Mark accepted and began studying

Science of Diamonds

Part of his expertise on the subject is his appreciation for and understanding of how diamonds are formed. From the colors they develop to their ability to be grown in a lab, Mark Bronner Diamonds knows the industry in and out. Follow his blogs to learn more about the science behind diamonds.

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Mark Bronner has made quite a name for himself on Tumblr, where he shares not only his blogs but is connected within and throughout the diamond community. From the science behind the precious gems to their appearances in pop culture, trap music, and red carpet events, Mark is engaged and knowledgable on the subject. Follow his tumblr for lots of images, data, and more.

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Mark Bronner Diamonds Volunteering

Mark Bronner Diamonds is a huge supporter of the Boys and Girls Club. The Boys & Girls Clubs was founded to create a safe haven where youth could go after-school to learn and grow in a fun environment. In many cities and communities, young children and teens are forced to find their own activities and recreation after they are dismissed from school. With the rising costs of childcare and a shortage of after school programs, many children are forced to be home with no caretaker or supervisor until their parents arrive from work.

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