Pick of the Week – Volume 62

Joden Girl

Baubles and Bling with Unbelievable Pricing

Asymmetry is defined as a lack of equality or equivalence between parts or aspects of something – having two sides or halves that are not the same.  In terms of style, asymmetry creates a complex relationship between elements – often it offers a more interesting design that attracts attention.

In recent years, asymmetrical earrings have been on trend.  This unique concept can be more simply described as mismatched.  Asymmetry isn’t a new idea, it’s more of a revival.  In fact, the Mid Century Modern era frequently showcased pieces with contrasting or disproportional charm.  Our 62nd Pick of the Week is a perfect example.

Shown from each side, this platinum ring offered two opposing styles… one sleek and modern and one diamond-studded.  Just three round diamonds decorate one shoulder while the other side has a whopping eighteen.  Together, there is a .50 carat of diamond weight.  Although not uniform, the two halves highlight the center stone to perfection.  A gem fine 10.00 carat emerald-cut amethyst pops with purple panache.  

The unique styling of this ring makes it an ideal fit for a pinky finger.  Perhaps that’s why it’s so tiny – currently measuring at a diminutive size 3 (sizing available upon request).  Shown from the edge, the curled ribbon motif of this ring can truly be appreciated.  In excellent condition, this estate ring has been on our site for $3,375.00.  Now, we are offering it for the new and unbelievable price of just $2,650.00.  Let’s do the math on that one – it’s a savings of  $725.00!  

This ring is our 62nd featured Pick of the Week…  fifteen of them are still available.  To see all the pieces with new and unbelievable pricing, visit the Old Finds section of our website.  Take advantage of the savings today.

“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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