My visit to great clients in St Moritz

One day in St. Moritz is never enough. Especially when a large part of it is spent working with one of my very high end jeweler clients.

Beginning as a healing destination for pilgrims, St. Moritz was a summer spot until hotel pioneer Johannes Badrutt invited his British guests there one winter in the mid-1800s. Since then, it has been developed and curated as a luxurious winter getaway.

My visit took place in early October, so there was no snow nor skiing involved. Neither did I have time to enjoy the many beautiful lakes or any other facility in St Moritz.

It was a very useful visit. The St Moritz jewelry shop I’ve been working with for over 20 years, has diamonds and pieces of jewelry in it’s window that even impress me as a professional. I just love having the opportunity to work with such shops that cater to the desires of the most discerning clientele in the world. These business partners understand the true beauty of large ‘perfect make’ diamonds, which are my specialty.

After having agreed on how best Diamond Dreams can serve this shop in light of the upcoming holidays and winter season, unfortunately other duties called and I drove back to Milan to fly back home.

As I get the feeling we know each other quite well by now, I’ll let you in on a little secret. I did a little detour while in St Moritz to have a piece of cake and a coffee at Hanselmann.


Always a great place to enjoy excellent pastry in a traditional atmosphere.