Pick of the Week – Volume 61

Joden Girl

Baubles and Bling with Unbelievable Pricing

There are lots of reasons why someone might sell a piece of jewelry.  Here are some of the most common options:

  • They no longer need or want it.
  • They need the money more than they need the piece.
  • They are settling an estate.
  • Their style has changed and they want something that suits their taste.

For these reasons and so many others, great antique and estate jewelry is always within our reach.  There’s a steady trickle coming through our front door.  Today, in uncertain economic times, that trickle has turned into a veritable flood.  Our inventory is stacked with delectable jewelry.  This influx of estate goods has inspired us to bring back the Pick of the Week on a regular basis. 

At least four times a month, we will be revisiting an old favorite item and offering it for a new and unbelievable price.  Don’t miss a single opportunity – subscribe to the blog by clicking here, like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram.  

Today’s featured piece is a true gem – an orange zircon to be precise.  This Edwardian stickpin from the early 20th century first appeared on our site and in this blog in June of 2018 (over five years ago).   Made from a classic combination of platinum and yellow gold, this stylish accessory would add the perfect bit of sparkle to a lapel or necktie.  

Or, if you prefer, it could be converted to a pendant, charm or a ring in our shop.  A glorious oval orange zircon sits center-stage and exhibits a lovely peach hue.  Three old cut diamonds accentuate the north, east and west points.  This understated beauty has been listed on our site for five years at $990.00.  It’s available now for just $675!  

The holidays are just around the corner.  If this stickpin is at the top of your wish-list, don’t hesitate to nab it at this discounted price.  Stay tuned for even more incredible pieces AND pricing.  

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

Written by Carrie Martin

Photos by Dana Jerpe

Pick of the Week – Volume 30

Joden Girl

Baubles and Bling with Unbelievable Pricing

This delicate beauty belongs on the wrist of a new bride.  Made from a perfect pairing of yellow gold and platinum, this Edwardian enchantress is everything.  Handcrafted at the turn of the 20th century – well over one hundred years ago – this gem is still in pristine condition.  With a circular center section and a narrow band, this bracelet is fancy enough to wear on your wedding day and yet simple enough to add a bit of sparkle to your favorite leggings and fuzzy sweater.  

Close inspection reveals five natural pearls – with a slightly golden hue and shimmery shell – these pearls amp up the vintage vibe of this bracelet.  A matched pair of Old European cut diamonds flank the center section and have a combined weight of .35 carat.  A series of six tiny leaves add a classic Edwardian element – each one featuring milgrain beaded edges and a rose cut diamond center.  There are 24 rose cut diamonds in all with a total weight of .25 carat.  

It shocks me to say that this bracelet has gone virtually unnoticed on our site for more than a year.  After a quick discussion with Dana, we decided that the photos simply weren’t doing it any justice.  Now, with new photos AND as a featured Pick of the Week, we’re certain that it will find a forever home.  

Originally priced at $6,300 – we are now offering this antique bracelet for just $4,150.  That’s a savings of over $2000!  Pick of the Week pricing only lasts for one week – don’t miss this unbelievable deal.  Click the link and make it yours now. 

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

Written by Carrie Martin

Photos by Dana Jerpe and Shelly Isacco

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