Krombholz gives back during Extreme Makeover: Home Edition show

Krombholz Jewelers believes in helping in the ways that they can. During the May 1st episode of the ABC's hit show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition they gave back in the form of a $17,000 diamond ring.

The Dickinson family of Beaufort, South Carolina was chosen by the show for a total home makeover, which was completed in late January, 2011.  Bill Dickinson has served as a US Marine for 17 years and currently is deployed nearly 7,000 miles away in Afghanistan.  His wife India and their six children live in a home that, due to financial difficulty and Bill’s deployments, has become almost inhabitable.  The ABC crew, along with many South Carolina donors and volunteers, worked for about a week to create a safe, functional and beautiful new home for the family.

Lee Krombholz was contacted by the show's design team in late December and began the process of realizing the ring that Bill would like to give to his wife, India during the show's reveal. Once the concept for the ring design was decided on, Lee had 11 days to make it from scratch. "It was fun to be a part of the show and the excitement of the challenge! My whole staff became a part of finishing this ring. We were proud to watch India slide it on her finger last night!"

” I am so proud of the efforts of our military here in the US and overseas to keep us all safe. I was never able to serve my country in the military, but I am proud to use my jewelry making talents to help many military families over the years. I believe we all need to do what we can to help support the military and their efforts!”