What’s New – Volume 32

Joden Girl

Baubles, Bling, and The Latest Things

I probably shouldn’t admit this… but it makes a good point (and sometimes I need a clever anecdote or something that helps words flow from my fingertips).  So, here it is.  I don’t like pearls.  At all.  I can appreciate them and am able to recognize fine quality from mediocre.  But they hold little appeal for me.  I only own a single strand and they were given to me.  So, I am completely perplexed by my infatuation with this bracelet.  A couple months ago, it just appeared on my desk.  I had no clue where it came from – in fact, I still don’t.  

Jewelry is hypnotic – beguiling and bewitching from every angle.  There is not one single day that passes without me trying on a piece of jewelry of some kind or another.  Rings are easy, slide them on your finger and admire the sparkle.  Clip an earring on your ear to gauge the style and perhaps the comfort level.  Layer a couple of chains to create a neck mess.  Trying on jewelry is part of the gig – it’s simply irresistible.  So, the day I discovered this multi-colored bracelet on my desk, naturally I clasped it around my wrist.  Nothing unusual with that except that I didn’t take it off. 

It’s very comfortable and looks amazing on.  The myriad of colors are complementary for every skin tone.  Made from 14-karat yellow gold, the links alternate between a pair of creamy pearls and then an offset piece of chalcedony. Presenting in shades of orange, blue, black and green – it’s a delight for the eyes.  An although it contains twenty-seven pearls, there is not one thing that I don’t love about it.  

I kept telling Dana how much I liked it.  She suggested I share it in a blog.  I resisted at first as it’s a very uncharacteristic choice for me.  But the longer I kept it on my desk, the more I was attracted to it.  I couldn’t put it away.  Ultimately, I decided to take Dana’s advice.  Priced at just $1,350.00, this bracelet is available now.  I hope you love it as much as I do.

“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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