1928 Westward Bound

Crossing the country in an old Packard with their father, mother, and german shepherd, Harry & James set up shop in Los Angeles -- buying, cutting, and selling loose colored stones. The Brothers work hard -- Harry cutting rough stones into fine finished, polished gems, with James building the business, primarily buying and selling precious rubies, sapphires, and emeralds. Weathering the Great Depression, the Kazanjian Brothers begin gaining a reputation for their knowledge, the excellence of their colored stones, and the superb quality of their cutting. It is a reputation that will soon come to be recognized worldwide.
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