Holland America Line’s Eurodam. Thomas DePrince purchased a $235,000 20.64 carat diamond on the ship knowing it was worth millions. He sued the retailer when it terminated his order, but a Miami-Dade trial court ruled in favor of the retailer because DePrince, a retired antiques and jewelry dealer, knew the diamond’s true value.
Holland America Line’s Eurodam. Thomas DePrince purchased a $235,000 20.64 carat diamond on the ship knowing it was worth millions. He sued the retailer when it terminated his order, but a Miami-Dade trial court ruled in favor of the retailer because DePrince, a retired antiques and jewelry dealer, knew the diamond’s true value. Andy Newman
Holland America Line’s Eurodam. Thomas DePrince purchased a $235,000 20.64 carat diamond on the ship knowing it was worth millions. He sued the retailer when it terminated his order, but a Miami-Dade trial court ruled in favor of the retailer because DePrince, a retired antiques and jewelry dealer, knew the diamond’s true value. Andy Newman

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