What’s New – Volume 87

Joden Girl

Baubles, Bling and the Latest Things

If you’re a regular reader, you know that I am a sucker for flower jewelry, especially rings.  I can’t resist them!  Every time I discover a new one, I have to try it out.  I put them on – right hand, then left.  And since I tend to be super simple in regard to accessories, I am a ring-finger only kind of girl.  Even though I have lots of rings that fit on other fingers (index, middle and even pinkies)…  99.9% of the time, I only wear rings on the third finger of each hand.  I know, I know….  how boring.  Sigh.

About a month ago, I found this beauty.  Impressive in size, the blossom reaches from knuckle to knuckle on my hand.  Delightfully large and bursting with style, this ring makes me smile.  Combining a silver top with a 14-karat yellow gold base, the ring seamlessly blends these two distinct metal colors.  

Mozambique garnets form each of the five petals and the center of the flower.  There are five oval-shaped stones and one round that have a combined weight of approximately 9.65 carats!  The center garnet is set in a silver milgrain-edged bezel.  Further enhancing the design and outlining each petal are forty rose-cut diamonds.  These primitively cut gems offer .75 carat of subtle shine.  The scalloped border of the ring also features a slightly worn milgrain detail that showcases the deep brownish-red hue of the garnets to perfection.

Garnet is the birthstone for January.  Affordable and readily available in a variety of colors, garnet is one of the most popular semi-precious gems.  If you love this ring as much as I do, give us a call and make it yours for just $825.00.

“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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