Marcia Clark and her husband of over 40 years celebrated last night as they were reunited with one of their most prized family possessions. The 10-carat bracelet was bought as an anniversary and baby gift for their 10th wedding anniversary.
“It was a momentous occasion,” Clark recalls. “Not only had we been married for 10 years, but we were celebrating the impending birth of our first son. So the bracelet represented a lot for our family.”
The Clark family grew to include 3 more sons and 6 daughters in the following years, and each time a piece of fine jewelry marked the occasion from the exact same store. Monarch Jewelry and Art was always happy to have the Clark’s business, and was even on hand to help the family celebrate the return of their 10-carat bracelet.
A store representative for Monarch stated, “We loved working with the Clarks over the years. They would come in and bring their beautiful children. The girls would always wear their mother’s stunning jewelry, and the diamond bracelet always seemed to be their favorite!”
When the bracelet went missing last week the family was devastated. Especially Marcia.
“I felt like I had lost something so precious and sentimental to our family. I wanted to give that bracelet to the woman my first son chose to marry one day. I never thought I would see it again,” stated Clark.
A week after the bracelet went missing in a Winter Park restaurant the Clark's got a knock on their door. It was a store employee from Monarch Jewelry and Art. That morning there had been a box on their front stoop. Its contents included the 10-carat diamond bracelet and a simple note that read, “Clark”. The family was elated and plans on celebrating the holidays by buying diamond bracelets for women in need.
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