Tussaud's and the Bank of England; there is no doubt about that." The
Bradley-Martins, under a storm of such criticism, became angry and
impatient, finally leaving for England where they made their permanent
the blatancy of jewelry display has almost vanished. Nor is diamond
jewelry any longer confined to the rich and the very rich. One may
learn from any jeweler in the country, large or small, "exclusive" or
"liberal in terms," that he depends upon the medium-income groups and
low-income groups for the bulk of his sales, diamonds or otherwise.