- The Washington Times - Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Berkshire Hathaway shareholders itching for Warren Buffett’s autograph can now get it etched onto a diamond at their annual meeting in Omaha on Saturday.

Berkshire’s Borsheims jewelry store is selling 26 loose diamonds in sizes ranging from 0.75 carat to 5 carats and at prices from $5,000 to more than $200,000, the New York Post reported.

Mr. Buffett plans to pose as a Borsheims salesman at the event, and each diamond will be inscribed with a tiny version of his signature.

The billionaire tycoon has made it a tradition to offer a limited-edition souvenir at his annual shareholder meetings, the Post notes.

Past offerings have included candies and running shoes with Mr. Buffett’s face on them.



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