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  • Opulent Jewelers is a luxury subscription service
  • Opulent Jewelers is a luxury subscription service
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Opulent Jewelers is a luxury subscription service

Apparently, diamonds are no longer forever. As HNWIs increasingly spend on experiences over possessions, online jewellery start-up Opulent is the latest example of the sharing economy going luxe. It’s a $100,000-a-year service that lets subscribers trade pieces in once they’re over them.

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