Mid Century Magic

Joden Girl

Baubles, Bling and 1960’s Things

I’m constantly intrigued by my ever-changing style…  it continues to evolve.  Even after decades of working in the jewelry industry, I’m still learning and discovering things that I’ve never seen before.  Recently, I’ve been drawn to the Mid Century Modern era.  The pieces offer sculptural sophistication combined with avant-garde whimsy in the most magical way.

The passion for yellow gold continues to climb, even in small little towns like mine.  Say good-bye to the dainty accessories and overtly casual apparel from the COVID era.  Today’s look brings chunkier statement pieces together with an increasingly polished and upscale wardrobe.  For the past few months, I have been amping up our showcases with abstract brooches, bold yet refined earrings, and vintage layout diamond necklaces….  all in yellow gold, of course.

I loved this unique link bracelet the moment I saw it.  The description on the little bag reads “cone link bracelet” and while that may not be the most enticing characterization, it is accurate.  Sixteen conical (or bell-shaped) links form the arms of this piece, with their flared ends facing the center.  

Measuring just over an inch in length, the halfway point highlights a 14-karat white gold diamond segment.  Pavé-set with twenty-six round brilliant diamonds, this section shines with 1.00 carat of diamonds.  With an average color of G and an average clarity grade of VS2-SI1, these diamonds are great quality.  

The clasp is cleverly hidden within the two end links and snaps with a satisfying click.  There is a secondary fold-under latch that doubly ensures the safety of the closure.  Measuring 6.5 inches in length, this bracelet is currently fitted for a smaller wrist.  This 1960’s beauty pairs equally as well with barrel leg jeans as it does with a sleek tailored blazer and pencil skirt.  

Bring the bling into 2024 with the most perfect Mid Century Modern diamond bracelet available exclusively at Joden Jewelers for just $2,000.00.  This wrist candy will be a staple in your wardrobe for years to come.  

“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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