Joe’s Special Box – Volume 37

Joden Girl

Baubles, Bling, and A Collector’s Things

Right this moment, as I’m writing, the countdown to Christmas is looming in the back of my mind.  I can almost hear it ticking by… 41 days, 40 days, 39, 38, 37, 36.  There’s a bite in the air, and scattered snowflakes have been on the windshield of my car more than once.  As the holiday approaches, more and more shoppers are stopping into Joden.  Some are looking for inspiration, hoping for the perfect gift.  Some have an idea but haven’t nailed down the details.  And others know exactly what they want – an engagement ring.  On the Top Ten List of days to get engaged, Christmas Eve is number one, and Christmas Day is number two.  During this celebratory time, while loved ones are gathered together, ’tis the season for proposals.  

Sure to elicit screams of “Yes!”, this charming engagement ring is just one of many available exclusively at Joden.  Made from 18 karat white gold during the 1950’s, this ring features a bright white Modern Transitional European Cut diamond as the center stone.  The diamond weighs approximately .40 carat.  This fine diamond is flanked by six sparkling single cut diamonds, each one set in a tiny bezel.  These stones have a combined weight of .10 carats bringing the total diamond weight of this Mid Century Modern beauty to .50 carat.  It’s modestly priced at $2450 and can be found in Joe’s Special Box.  

No matter who you’re shopping for, Joden is the place to be.  Our collection of fine antique, estate, and modern jewelry is vast and varied, promising something for everyone.  For nearly 50 years, our motto has stood the test of time…

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

Writing and photos by Carrie Martin

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Everything Is Coming Up Rose

Joden Girl

Baubles, Bling, and Rosey Things

It’s soft and feminine.  Youthful and happy; romantic and radiant.  It’s rose gold and it has taken the world by storm.  From iPhones to earrings – everyone wants rose gold.   And whether you’re a modern millenial or a vintage vamp, Joden is your hook-up.

     

This stylish modern suite is the perfect pairing of brilliant diamonds and satin-finished rose gold.  The earrings contain 146 diamonds that weigh .34 carats, and the pendant contains 65 diamonds that weigh .15 carats.  The earrings are available on our website for just $1100, and the pendant for just $700.

If diamonds are a girl’s best friend, then chocolate is next in line.  This sweet pendant brings them together in the most perfect way.  Crafted from 14 karat rose gold, and set with 38 chocolate and white diamonds, this pendant is available on our website for a steal of a deal…  $500.

The holidays seem to bring out the romantic side in men everywhere…  Christmas Eve is the number one day to get engaged, followed closely by Christmas Day.  This stunning ring features a 1.00 carat round brilliant diamond as the center stone.  This diamond is surrounded by a swirl of 50 additional diamonds that have a combined weight of .36 carats.  It’s available on our website for $8500.  Whether it be Christmas Eve or Christmas Day, any girl would say “Yes!” to this ring.

    

Wrapping up this rose gold extravaganza, we have a pair of  classic Victorian earrings and a whimsical Retro bracelet.  These 14 karat rose gold earrings contain 18 rose cut diamonds that have a combined weight of .60 carats.  Get them on our website today for just $1575.  Then we have this 1940’s vintage bracelet featuring yellow gold circles with rose gold leaf centers.  Go to our website and finish your holiday shopping with this bracelet for only $675.

Forget the red and green, this year, Christmas is all about rose!

Don’t forget that our website is available 24/7 for your holiday shopping.  We offer free overnight shipping to ensure holiday delivery.  Our showroom is open late this week (M-F from 9am-8pm) for after work shoppers; we also offer special hours on Christmas Eve!

Go to our site and look, then come to Joden and touch.

Written by Carrie Martin

Photos by Shelly Isacco

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