His and Hers – Volume Five

Joden Girl

Baubles, Bling, and Complementary Things

Trends in wedding rings are constantly changing – platinum, gold or alternative metal?  Diamonds, gemstones, or no stones?  Engraving, milgrain edges, or plain?  Newly engaged couples have an endless array of choices that are as vast and varied as the individuals doing the choosing.  

Matching bands are a consideration for many couples, but are not as popular as they once were.  Today, it seems as though customers are looking for rings that are more complementary…  offering similar details but still speaking to the unique taste of the wearer.  

This “His and Hers” duo is a perfect example.  Each yellow gold ring features a white metal square shape in the center with delicate beaded edges and a round diamond nestled within.  Both pieces taper down from the shoulder with subtle details adding to the overall appeal.  

The gents ring is made from 10 karat yellow gold with lightweight construction.  The double-ribbed design at the shoulders adds dimension to the ring and accents the center.  With the perfect amount of sparkle, a round brilliant diamond weighing approximately .15 carat is set within the white gold border.  This ring is priced at just $360…  just in time for summer weddings or even Father’s Day.

Made from 14 karat yellow gold, this sweet ladies ring shines with vintage charm.  A tiny three-petaled blossom creates an openwork design on all four sides of the square-shaped center.  Additional textural details add interest to this 1940’s beauty.  Set in the center is a tiny round diamond that weighs approximately .05 carat.  With a price tag of just $250.00, this petite pretty is a perfect engagement ring, promise ring or graduation gift.  

If you’re looking for a pair of rings that complement each other as well as you and your partner do…  look no further.  This “His and Hers” yellow gold duo offers vintage charm and unique style that won’t break the bank.  For additional details and more pieces like these, visit our showroom or give us a call.

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

Written by Carrie Martin

Photos by Dana Jerpe

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