Joe’s Special Box – Volume 51

Joden Girl

Baubles, Bling, and A Collector’s Things

Old rose gold – it’s so romantic.  The soft pink undertones are much more subtle than modern rose gold.  It’s timeless.  This trio of rings from Joe’s Special Box are perfect examples of the beauty of old rose gold.  

Take a moment and appreciate the incomparable attributes of each one.  I love the tiny details – flower buds, trumpet-shaped flares, beaded edges, and asymmetrical scroll-work.  They’re exceptional and uniquely Victorian.  Call me old-fashioned, but I’ll take true antique over vintage-inspired every single time.  Whether they be set with Old European Cut diamonds or rose cuts, the authenticity of these rings speaks for itself.  When selecting a ring (An engagement ring or otherwise) be sure to choose something as individual as you are – a real one-of-a-kind.  Priced from $450-$1950, this dynamic trilogy is located in Joe’s Special Box.  

Sapphire Stimulation

Joden Girl

Baubles, Bling, and Azure Things

This is the first week of the new year!  Social Media is alight with well wishes, celebratory photos, and resolutions for 2019.  Without fail, the end of December (and my tendency to over-indulge during the holiday season) has me vowing to start fresh in January.  I promise myself annually that I will eat healthy and exercise…  low carbs and yoga!  2018 has been no exception.  My co-workers and I actually joked about having an office wide “Biggest Loser” competition.  Do you, too, make these pledges?  Unfortunately, every year I get off track, life gets busy, and I break the pact I made with myself.  

Perhaps what I (any maybe you) need is a visual reminder…  a little sparkle of incentive.  What better source of motivation is there than a sapphire ring?  In times past, the rich blue gem was thought to be a symbol of wisdom, virtue, and good fortune.  I am certain that this is the secret to achieving my New Year’s Resolutions!

Art Deco influence abounds in this 18 karat white gold Beverley K Design.  A 2.02 carat oval sapphire is the crowning glory of this vintage inspired beauty.  Milgrain beading outlines a pattern of marquise-shaped leaves, each one accented by a single round brilliant diamond.  The shank of the ring features a deeply etched pattern, completing the look.  Isn’t this the perfect inspiration for all of your 2019 goals?  $5500 seems a small price to pay for a year of success!  😉

Don’t hesitate!  Go to our site and look, then come to Joden and touch. 

Written by Carrie Martin

Photos by Shelly Isacco

All I Want For Christmas

Joden Girl

Baubles, Bling, and a Sapphire Ring

I know, I know…  it’s not even Halloween yet.  The leaves are just starting to turn and pumpkin spice is popping up everywhere.  Fall is finally here.  And as a die-hard jeans and hoodie kind of girl, this is my favorite time of year.  It’s football games, bonfires, and candy corn.  But, these days you can get your Halloween treats and Christmas stockings at the same time.  Christmas, it seems, comes earlier every year.  There are really only two choices…  fight it to the bitter end or get on board.  Let’s try for the latter…


Last week, I shared a stunning openwork diamond band.  It was the first in a series of holiday gift suggestions.  This sapphire ring is next on my list.  Made from a gorgeous 14 karat rose gold, this vintage inspired beauty is sure to bring squeals of delight on December 25th.  Delicate filigree swirls are accented by four tiny round brilliant diamonds.  A rich blue cushion shaped sapphire is the crowning glory for this piece.  Weighing 1.15 carats, this cerulean gem is positively drool worthy.

Perfect as a right hand ring or for those of you seeking a non-traditional engagement ring – this week’s selection is moderately priced at $2950.00.  At Joden, we have more sapphire rings than I can count – but one thing is sure…  we have the perfect piece for you.  We’re open Monday through Saturday from 9-5.  Our experts are on hand to help you with every name on your Christmas list, even if they’re on the naughty list!

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

Photos and Writing by Carrie Martin

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