This or That – Volume Two

 Joden Girl

Baubles, Bling and Beaded Things

With an inventory like ours, where the cases are filled to overflowing – there are always choices.  If you’re looking for a sapphire ring, we won’t have just one, more likely we will have one hundred.  Joe often boasts that the most unique aspect of Joden is that we truly have something for everyone and every budget.  If you visit our showroom we guarantee you’ll fall in love.  

It was no surprise to me that within our treasure chest of gems and jewels we have more a handful of Etruscan revival bracelets – my two favorites are available at joden.com.  They shared marked similarities and yet each has its own individual personality.

First, we have this beauty.  Measuring approximately 3/8 of an inch wide, this 15 karat gold bangle is made to wear. 

The top half features classic Etruscan granulation decor – fifteen quatrefoil shapes arch artfully across the wrist.  Two parallel milgrain borders complete the look.  It’s hinged, offering a securely snapping clasp as well as a safety chain.  The pattern is ornate and yet simple enough to wear every day.  It could easily become your signature piece, priced at $1,580.00.

And then we have this charmer.  It’s 7/8 of an inch of golden deliciousness.  A tiny ornate border highlights the outer edges and a singular delicate flower blooms on the exterior perimeter.  

Much like the other bangle, this bracelet blend seamlessly into any wardrobe.  It pairs perfectly with everything from jeans to dresses, a go-to adornment for every occasion!  Priced at $3,150.00, it’s a signature piece that you will enjoy for a lifetime.

And so I ask you, which would you choose?  This narrow quatrefoil embellished bangle or that wide golden beauty with floral decor?  This or that?

“You can go to our site and look, then come to us and touch.”

Written by Carrie Martin

Photos by Dana Jerpe

This or That – Volume One

 Joden Girl

Baubles, Bling and Favorite Things

Timeless design, classic appeal and rich with symbolism; the three-stone ring is arguably one of the most iconic styles of all time.  Whether you’re searching for the perfect engagement ring or perhaps an anniversary band that is beyond compare – this exemplary configuration is definitely worth considering. 

Most often dubbed the Past, Present, and Future ring – it’s aptly named.  Usually arranged with one larger center stone that is flanked by a pair of smaller stones, the meaning is simple.  One small diamond represents the love and memories the couple has shared, the other smaller diamond personifies all of the beauty and joy of where the relationship is now while the larger diamond in the center is symbolic of a bright and promising future. 

Once you’ve committed to this ultra romantic motif, I have just one question for you…  this or that?  These two beauties are at the top of my list, but which one would you choose?  First, we have an antique-inspired 18 karat yellow gold stunner.  A revival of the Victorian half-hoop ring, this modern counterpart has a quiet beauty that is tough to beat.  With the three main diamonds having a combined total weight of 1.72 carats – it sparkles from every angle.   The overall style of this gem is low profile and band-like, making it ideal for daily wear.  Priced at $6,700.  

Then we have this cool platinum dreamboat.  Three round diamonds span the mid-section of this modern marvel with a combined total of 1.04 carats of brilliance.  An additional thirty diamond melee are set in the side, shoulders, and gallery of the band – quite literally covering the entire top half of the ring.  This baby is all about the sparkle and is available on our website for just $5,850.00.

And so the question remains the same…  this or that?  Would you prefer the warm Victorian vibe created by this vintage-inspired yellow gold ring or perhaps you’re captivated by the white hot heat of the platinum number.  These and so much more is waiting for you at Joden Jewelers.

You can go to our site and look, then come to us and touch.

Written by Carrie Martin

Photos by Dana Jerpe and Shelly Isacco

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