What’s New – Volume 27

Joden Girl

Baubles, Bling, and The Latest Things

“Diamonds.  Diamonds.  I don’t mean rhinestones, but diamonds are a girls best friend.”

Marilyn Monroe crooned these words in 1953.  And while they are undeniably true, the sentiment surely had to have begun much earlier.  No one could have laid eyes on the featured piece in our “What’s New” category this week without being smitten.  Personally, I have declared it to be my new BFF!

This buxom beauty was crafted near 1915 in the Edwardian era.  With a harlequin type pattern, the setting of this ring has all the earmarks of the time…  delicate milgrain beaded edges, hand-pierced cut-outs and old cut diamond trim.  The platinum metal has been polished to a pristine shine.  Together, all of these details combine to create the ideal setting for that dreamy center stone.

An Old European Cut dazzler, this diamond weighs approximately 1.48 carats.  It presents with bright white color, hitting the chart at “I”.  The clarity grade is VS2 – quite clean.  It’s a true beauty.  The ring itself measures 3/4 of an inch from top to bottom.  The physical size is impressive and yet completely wearable.  Perfect on any digit you choose, personally I would wear it on my index or middle finger.  A true antique, this authentic ring is available now for just $10,750.00.  Stop by the store and check it out for yourself.

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

Written by Carrie Martin

Photos by Dana Jerpe

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