Little Things

 Joden Girl

Baubles, Bling and the Sweetest Ring

It’s easy to be awestruck by a big diamond ring; blinded by the dazzling display of light reflecting off each and every facet of that bold gem.  Joden is known for diamonds that weigh over two carats each – sparklers of every shape and size, the perfect fit for every hand.  We have customers across the United States – and even some in other countries who fly in just to shop our decadent array of diamonds.  But don’t let those luxury rings scare you away!  For every opulent jewel in our inventory there is a super sweet tiny treasure.

Dana and I have been smitten with this little beauty since we acquired it just last month.  Made near the end of the Mid-Victorian period (circa 1865) from a rosy 14 karat gold, the simplicity of the design is irresistible.  Nestled within a platinum bezel is an oval shaped rose cut diamond that weighs approximately .32 carat.  This unique cut was inspired by the shape of a rose bud; the artful arrangement of triangular facets offers an exceptional appearance and distinctive brilliance.  

The side profile reveals just a hint of design and a glorious patina that has darkened the crevices where the band meets the center.  While that dark tarnish would have some running to the ultrasonic, I am in love.  I’m crazy over this small detail that has taken over 150 years to develop.  It speaks to the age and character of this little darling.  Modestly priced at just $1,125.00…  check it out on our site 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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