What’s New – Volume Two

Joden Girl

Baubles, Bling, and The Latest Things

I almost hesitate to share this latest find… the last time we featured a similar piece, it created quite a stir.  It sold immediately…  but the inquiries about that particular ring were seemingly endless with a line of willing buyers if the initial sale fell through.  As you can imagine, the original buyer loved the ring and has treasured it ever since.  That was nearly a year ago…  meaning that it has taken us that long to uncover another ring as sweet as that one was.

Just a few days ago, the ring pictured on the dark background came out of our shop…  fresh from restoration.  Shown with it’s predecessor, the similarities are striking.  Both of these beauties are made from platinum in the early part of the 20th century.  Both also feature a three stone style, complete with one gem fine ruby and two older cut diamonds. 

New to us, this delicate darling is resplendent with a hand-pierced filigree design.  The pattern swirls and whorls around the gemstone trio in the center.  Weighing approximately .50 carat, this deep red ruby appears to be Burmese and is of fine quality.  It is flanked by a pair of Old Mine Cut diamonds that have a combined weight of approximately .55 carat.  Surrounding these stones and nestled deep within the dome-shaped ring are sixteen old cut diamonds that offer an additional .50 carat of brilliance.  

In pristine condition, this ring is practically perfect in every way.  Made in the heart of the Art Deco period, it’s priced at just $1,880.00.  Click the photos to view it live on our website.  If you love it as much as we do, do not hesitate to click the buy button.  If history repeats itself, it won’t last long. 

“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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