What’s New – Volume 14

Joden Girl

Baubles, Bling, and The Latest Things

This week’s edition is fresh from our shop.  We paired a brand new mounting from our inventory with a deep blue emerald cut sapphire to create this classic style. 

The ring itself is constructed entirely from platinum.  It offers several sought-after elements that include:

  1. Clean lines – this is a classic design that will never fade.
  2. Diamond trim – the shoulders of the ring feature a line of diamonds that graduate in size.  The diamonds are tiny at the top and get larger as they cascade down the finger.
  3. Hidden Halo – this delicate ring of diamonds sits just beneath the center stone.  It’s the latest evolution of one of the hottest trends in engagement rings in the last ten years. 
  4. Bridged Center Stone – the center stone in this ring sits tall on the finger.  This is quite an advantage if you have selected this as an engagement ring or if you enjoy stacking rings.  A band will snug flush against the side of the ring.  

Seated in the center of this timeless treasure is a beautiful blue sapphire that weighs .94 carat.  An emerald cut is also known as a step-cut.  When viewed from the top, it looks like a square inside a square inside a square.  This particular style is reserved for stones that are very clean internally, with little to no imperfections.  

Between the stones in the shoulders and the ones in the hidden halo, there are a total of thirty-two diamonds.  These bright and sparkling gems have a combined weight of .50 carat.  Exhibiting the ideal balance between the pop of color and the accenting diamonds, this ring is simple perfection.  

Available on our site, choose this ring for a non-traditional engagement ring.  Wear it as a right-hand ring for a splash of color.  Every element of this ring is designed for endurance – the platinum, the sapphires and the diamonds.  Each of these things exhibit durable beauty.  This is a piece that you can wear every single day.  Priced at just $2,640.00 – it won’t last long.

“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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