Precious Metal

Joden Girl

Baubles, Bling and Golden Things

Gold chains are back in a BIG way.  Everyone is crazy for lengths of karat gold.  At Joden, we’ve curated a vast collection of antique and estate pieces as well as a few new additions.  You may wonder why anyone would choose a vintage chain over a brand new one.  The answer is all about the quality.  Over the years, as the gold market has continued to climb, manufacturers have had to make sacrifices to keep jewelry at a price that is affordable for the vast majority of consumers.  One of the most common ways to do so is to produce hollow link chains as opposed to solid links.  While the idea is genius, unfortunately, the wear-ability and durability is far less.  The craftsmanship of an estate gold chain is simply superior.  

This week’s find is everything you need for your fall and winter wardrobe.  Eighteen inches of 18 karat yellow and white gold, this square curb link chain does NOT disappoint.  Italian made, the necklace offers a hefty weight that feels so good on the neck.  It’s silky smooth and shines with every turn.  Above, it is modeled by me and also by one our favorite guys, Steve!  I have to say, it looks great on both of us!   The versatility of this piece is absolutely amazing.

Spaced around the necklace are seven diamond segments.  Each one is made from 18 karat white gold and is set with fourteen full cut diamonds.  There are ninety-eight stones that have a combined weight of 1.50 carats.  These small round brilliants have an average color grade of H-I and an average clarity grade of VS-SI.  Bright and clean, the diamonds add visual appeal and value to the chain.

If you’re looking for a statement piece that can be worn daily – that signature treasure that you reach for time and again – this is it.  With a weight of 26.9 dwt (over 41 grams) and 1.50 carats of high quality diamonds, this chain is a steal for $3,580.00.  This beauty and so many more are available at Joden.  If someone on your Christmas list is asking for a gold chain, Joden is the only place to shop.

“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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