Christopher Golis, owner of Golis Family Jewelers in Bluffton, examines a  piece of tanzanite at his store on Wednesday afternoon with the same  magnifiying glass that he used to identify the inscription on a stolen  diamond that a man tried to sell him in his store.
Christopher Golis, owner of Golis Family Jewelers in Bluffton, examines a piece of tanzanite at his store on Wednesday afternoon with the same magnifiying glass that he used to identify the inscription on a stolen diamond that a man tried to sell him in his store. Delayna Earley, The Island Packet
Christopher Golis, owner of Golis Family Jewelers in Bluffton, examines a piece of tanzanite at his store on Wednesday afternoon with the same magnifiying glass that he used to identify the inscription on a stolen diamond that a man tried to sell him in his store. Delayna Earley, The Island Packet

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