Seems Like Old Times As Ex-ShopNBC Jewelry Vendors Flock To HSN Thursday

Carlo Viani ring

HSN’s first Gem Artistry Day Thursday is a reunion of former ShopNBC vendors.

First of all, jewelry designer Carlo Viani had his HSN premiere in the early morning. He’d previously been on ShopNBC.

He was followed in the dawn hours by Gem Designs by Palermo and Dallas Prince, who both also used to grace the set at the No. 3 home shopping network in Minnesota.

And at 3 p.m. Effy, another former ShopNBC vendor, did an HSN show featuring its My Precious Rainbow line.

We’d love to have been a fly on the wall to hear what these folks said to each other about their former home shopping venue.

Anyone care to share?


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One Response to “Seems Like Old Times As Ex-ShopNBC Jewelry Vendors Flock To HSN Thursday”

  1. stefF Says:

    and Sonia Bitton is back on shopnbc with sterling designs of her previously sold 14k rings……i wish you’d do a pop survey on people who spend over a grand for her rings that have not been redone in sterling with cz’s and are selling for under 200 bucks….its my opinion that i would be “p’d” to have knockoffs being sold…….and charla rines is the one who brought that ring to the forefront….sonia b was upset with shopnbc when they dropped her but is now back on the channel selling knockoffs of her own stuff….i like sonia, i think, but i think she made a mistake by doing the knockoff….if i had bought the real deal at over a grand….and now to see what i see on shopnbc….well…its a “sellout” by both shopnbc and sonia…and i dont mean they all got sold either…..wish we’d hear what others have to say or think…..

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