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Baubles, Bling and Classic Things

The more things change, the more they stay the same.  No industry demonstrates this better than jewelry.  New styles and trends evolve continually, at the same time, we see hints of eras gone by.  At Joden, we have three stone rings from the past 200 years…  Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian, and Art Deco.  In 2001, De Beers capitalized on the look by dubbing it the “past, present, and future” ring.  Today, more than twenty years later, the label this iconic brand created continues to speak to jewelry lovers everywhere.  

In 2024, customers are leaning into traditional elegance while simultaneously infusing their own spirit into their jewelry.  Showcasing that concept, this week’s ring is deceptively simple.  At a glance, it seems like a basic three-stone ring.  And it is but it’s also SO much more.  Instead of three round stones , or three oval stones, this ring juxtaposes soft curves with sharp angles.  The shoulders of the platinum ring feature a pair of step-cut bullet-shaped diamonds.  These near colorless diamonds have a total weight of .75 carat. 

The geometric lines of the side stones stand in contrast to the warm curves of the center diamond.  Weighing 1.01 carats, this gem comes alive with rich, deep tones.  Reminiscent of a fine bourbon, the technical term for this color is Fancy Deep Brownish Orange.  Certified by the Gemological Institute of America – this beautiful color is completely natural.  Only one in 10,000 carats of cut diamonds displays fancy color… a true rarity.  

The platinum shank of the ring features a knife edge; the tip of that edge aligns perfectly with the point of the bullet diamond.  It’s a small detail that makes all the difference.  This modern beauty is the culmination of many quiet nuances that combine in the best possible way.  Priced at $10,500.00, this ring is the latest edition to our site.  Add a splash of bourbon on the rocks to your life today.  

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

Written by Carrie Martin

Photos by Dana Jerpe

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