Pick of the Week – Volume 33

Joden Girl

Baubles and Bling with Unbelievable Pricing

One of the hottest trends for engagement rings in 2021 is unique details…  subtle nuances that make your ring a bit more special.  When we’re working with guests, one of the top things we hear is “I want something different.  I don’t want a ring that looks like everyone else’s.”  At Joden, the answer to that request could be a vintage ring, but it could also be a modern piece.  

This super sweet bridal set has appealed to me since the first time I saw it.  With many little details, it’s bound to be a perfect fit for someone!  Both the engagement ring and wedding band are constructed from 14 karat white gold; they sit nicely side by side, no contouring needed.  Both rings highlight a triple-ribbed band with a slightly raised center.  This is just the kind of uncommon aspect that I like – it’s textural and refined.  

At first glance, you may think “It’s another halo ring.”  It sure is.  But this halo is small and dainty, with the edge fitted slightly under the center stone.  The overall shape is scalloped, like the petals of a flower.  Sitting pretty in the center is a bright .70 carat diamond.  This round brilliant beauty is rated G-H in color and VS1-2 in clarity…  not your average diamond! 

My hands-down favorite part of this set is the split-shank element on the shoulder.  Resembling an east/west oriented marquise – it reminds me of my very own ring (shown below)! 

As always, this Pick of the Week is being offered with new, unbelievable pricing.  Let’s break it down.

Appraised Value (see IGI Report in the website listing) – $7,035.00

Original Website Price – $6,125.00

New, Unbelievable Price – JUST $4,150.00!

If you or someone you know is looking for a classically styled engagement duo with unique details, click on any of the photos and hop on over to our site.  This updated pricing is available for a limited time only – don’t wait one more second!  Add to cart and make your 2021 dreams come true.  

“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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