Pick of the Week – Volume 25

Joden Girl

Baubles and Bling with Unbelievable Pricing

This week’s piece can be summed up in three little words…  Pretty in Pink.  We’re not talking about Molly Ringwald, but rather this stunning proposal ring from Tacori.  That phrase encompasses all that this beauty has to offer.  Made entirely of 18 karat rose gold and set with more than sixty-six round brilliant diamonds – this ring is SO pretty.

Pop the question to your one and only with an iconic ring from one of the top bridal designers in the world.  Tacori pieces are known for quality – each one is handmade in the United States.  Bright white diamonds are bead set into the symbolic infinity twist band, offering .22 carat of scintillating sparkle.  

The delicate cathedral-style shank forks at the top and cradles the center head.  Shown here from the side, another captivating subtle yet significant detail is showcased.  The heart of the ring, the very spot where the main diamond is held resembles a flower blossom!  This botanical setting comes to life with four diamond set scallops just beneath the center stone.  

Milgrain edges further enhance the vintage vibe of this gem.  These tiny beads soften each contour and curve of this rose gold beauty.  Three-quarters of the way around the shank you will find Tacori’s crescent silhouette.  This half moon arch, combined with the hallmarks inside the ring are the very things that ensure the effortless grace and sophisticated quality that Tacori is known for.

There’s no question that the ring itself is critical in choosing the perfect engagement ring – but the most important part is the diamond.  Often compared to snowflakes, every diamond is unique and offers it’s own charm.  This one is no exception.  It is accompanied by two separate certificates, one from the International Gemological Institute and one from the Gemological Institute of America.  The round brilliant dazzler weighs exactly 1.30 carats.  It is graded as an “L” color and “VS2” clarity.  The slightly tinted color of the center stone is an ideal complement to the 18 karat rose gold tone of the ring.  

As you can see, the IGI has valued this ring at $11,300.00.  We have had it listed on our site for $9,000.00.  Now, it is a featured product, a Pick of the Week.  As such, we are offering it at the new and unbelievable price of just $7,200!  Start a legacy with someone you love today, available exclusively at Joden Jewelers.

“You can go to a museum and look or come to us and touch.”

Written by Carrie Martin

Photos by Dana Jerpe and Shelly Isacco

Three’s Company

Joden Girl

Baubles, Bling and a Three Stone Ring

This beauty caught my eye instantly…  it checks ALOT of boxes for me.  I love the petite size of the ring, it has just the right amount of presence on the hand.  The flat-sided profile lends itself to stacking with another band or two, however, it definitely packs enough punch to stand on its own. 

Made entirely of platinum, it features classic styling from the mid-Edwardian period, circa 1910. Viewed from the edge, intricate filigree settings nestle a triple threat of gemstone bling. 

 

Those lovely curlicues encircle the tiny crown-like structure and lift it off the finger, allowing light to pass through.  A luscious red ruby sits center stage.  This old cut stone weighs approximately .65 carat and is flanked by a matched pair of scintillating European cut diamonds.  These two diamonds have a combined weight of .60 carat.  The shank of the ring comes together on the ends of this trio, creating a tight twist.  

Cascading down the shoulder are four Old Mine Cut diamonds that are bezel set within the outer edges of the ring.  Like peas in a pod, the combined weight of these four diamonds is .25 carat.  Just a slight wave of the fingers produces spectacular sparkle in this early 20th century charmer.  

At over one hundred years old, this ring is authentic and original in every way.  The overall condition of the piece is quite good, and would be an ideal non-traditional engagement ring or perhaps a bit of bling for the right hand.  The symbolism of a three-stone ring is legendary and is often referred to as a past, present and future ring.  Occasionally, this is taken one step further and the power of three is interpreted as one stone for friendship, one for love and the last for fidelity.  Bring a bit of meaning to your story with this Edwardian gem for just $1,850.00.

“You can go to a museum and look or come to us and touch.”

Written by Carrie Martin

Photos by Dana Jerpe

Pick of the Week – Volume 24

Joden Girl

Baubles and Bling with Unbelievable Pricing

“Designing jewelry is an all-consuming passion, it is my hobby.  It’s my life.”

– Simon G.

Since 1980, Simon Ghanimian has been hand-sketching some of the most iconic bridal jewelry in the world.  His style is a unique combination of vintage artistry and the trends of today.  He has been known to say that he still gets his biggest thrill from creating a new piece.  After forty years, that’s quite a statement.  

Each and every piece of Simon G. jewelry is perfection from the inside out.  They are polished on the top, back, interior and even underneath the stones.  This painstaking process creates a highly reflective surface, and ultimately allows the brilliance of each diamond to truly shine.  The artisans at Simon G. work within their own unique discipline – pavé, channel, or prong setting.  

Only the finest materials are used to create these extraordinarily beautiful engagement rings.  Every creation is assigned a unique serial number, this seal of authenticity is like a birth certificate…  revealing when the piece was made and where it was sold.  In addition, every piece of Simon G. jewelry is put through ten quality assurance checkpoints.  This rigorous process ensures the supreme quality of every piece.

This 18 karat white gold gem is a classic Simon G. design.  A perfectly matched pair of pear-shaped brilliant cut diamonds flank the center stone while a delicate halo of round diamonds encircles the entire trio and cascades down the shoulders.  These thirty-six diamonds have a combined weight of .70 carat.  All of these diamonds are near colorless and have an average clarity grade of VS-SI.  

A round brilliant diamond is nestled in the center of the ring.  It weighs in at .73 carat.  This diamond dazzles with a color grade of E-F and a clarity grade of VS2-SI1.  Each element of this beauty combine to create pure perfection.  

This is our 24th Pick of the Week.  Every Monday we take an old favorite from our website and evaluate every aspect of it.  This information is used to calculate a new unbelievable price.  This Simon G. original was on our website for $6,750.00.  Today, it’s available for just $5,400.00!  Go to our site and make it yours.

“You can go to a museum and look or come to us and touch.”

Written by Carrie Martin

Photos by Dana Jerpe and Shelly Isacco

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