What’s New – Volume One

Joden Girl

Baubles, Bling, and The Latest Things

Dana and I are always working…  constantly on the lookout for the next piece, our next post.  It seems like we are in a constant competition with ourselves, seeking to find the perfect item that will break down those internet barriers.  Can we get 10,000 likes?  Will this be the day that we reach 8000 Instagram followers?  

Since we partnered nearly three years ago, Dana and I have made some big strides.  Recently, more and more of you are hitting the buy button on the Joden site.  With the holidays on the horizon, internet sales are sure to skyrocket.  With sales pouring in – we will strive to bring you the absolute best of Joden.  

This is the first edition of “What’s New” – a blog targeted at showcasing our favorite finds.  This sweet little ring popped up about two months ago, and I couldn’t wait to write about it!  Intricate carving decorates the shoulder portion of this 14 karat white gold Art Deco ring.  Engraving is a popular element of jewelry from the 1920’s, as are the delicately beaded milgrain edges and elongated navette shape.  

While each of those details are lovely, they aren’t unusual.  The thing that sets this ring apart is the center.  Two coffin cut black onyx stones are stacked, one on top of the other.  Each one has been set with a tiny round diamond.  Onyx rings were quite popular during the Art Deco era, but they almost always have one stone.  Priced at just $750.00, this two stone version is unique.  It’s special.  And it’s new at Joden.  Click the pictures to check it out on our site.  

“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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