Joe’s Special Box – Volume 109

Joden Girl

Baubles, Bling, and A Collector’s Things

Ah, Edwardian.  Sigh.  It’s just so swoon-worthy.  Albeit brief, this period in jewelry history produced some of the most beautiful pieces of the 1900’s.  Characterized by intricate lacy designs and glittering diamonds, jewels of the early 20th century are more than just collectible; they’re also some of the most wearable pieces of antique jewelry. These gems will blend seamlessly into your wardrobe like your favorite pair of jeans.

A fourteen karat yellow gold shank is crowned with a palladium setting featuring a cluster of nine European Cut diamonds.  These sparkling beauties are carefully nestled into a cluster style that seems to combine botanical elements with a subtle honeycomb pattern.  Totaling more than 1.50 carats, each diamond is accented by a milgrain edge.  It’s a technique achieved by utilizing a knurling tool to create tiny beads of palladium in perfect rows and is found often in antique jewelry.  

This Edwardian stunner is ultra low profile, with the top of the ring sitting on the finger.  Streamlined styles like this are timeless and able to worn every day.  Moderately priced at $3,250, this ring is available now from Joe’s Special Box.

Call 1-800-747-7552 to make it yours.

Written by Carrie Martin

Photos by Dana Jerpe

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