Throwback Thursdays: January 2022

On Throwback Thursdays, we here at PriceScope celebrate the jewels of our past. Every day on the Show Me the Bling! forum, Community members share their new bling for us all to enjoy. We’ve accumulated over a decade worth of fabulous additions from our members. The community at PriceScope is like no other and it’s awesome to get more chances to cheer for each other!

Throwback Thursday is posted each week on the PriceScope Facebook Page. On the last Thursday of the month, we will share them all in one post so that everyone can enjoy them.

Welcome to 2022! Wait, what…January is almost over already? The time just flies and it shows no time of slowing down. That makes the chance to slow down and look back at joys that may have passed too quickly even more important. Throwback Thursday gives us the chance to do just that. We remember the jewelry, what it meant to us, and the celebrations that often accompany it. January may be a fresh start, but we’re not missing the chance to celebrate yesterday as well.


Diamond solitaire ring with a plant bloom threaded through it.

Loki shared this James Allen Solitaire Engagement ring with us in 2009! This is such a beautiful ring, it packs a lot of sparkle. We are so glad that Loki shared it with us and hope that it’s still being worn in health, wealth, and happiness! Love this, Loki!


Carat Weight: 0.72 | Color Grade: G | Clarity: SI1 | Hearts & Arrows (click here for original post)
Depth/Table: 62.2% / 56.0%
Polish/Symmetry: Ideal/Ideal
Girdle: Thin to slightly thick
Crown Angle: 34.7°
Crown %: 15.30
Pavilion Angle: 40.8°
Pavilion %: 43.00
Measurement: 5.71*5.77*3.57

1.9mm Platinum Common Prong by James Allen
Ring Size 5


Ring with sapphire cushion in center and halo of diamonds.

IrishBreakfast shared this stunning sapphire and diamond engagement ring with us in 2014. This ring is gorgeous, the color is magnificent. IrishBreakfast had to part with the majority of her previous collection at the end of her previous relationship. This was the beginning of her new life, and she kicked it off in amazing style. She picked this ring in a store and didn’t get the stats on it at the time, because she just fell in love with it. Sometimes that is just the way it goes, our hearts want what our hearts want. I love this ring too, I totally get it! I hope that it’s still bringing a lot of joy!


Seven stone diamond wedding band surrounded by pink flowers on a black background.

LoveLikeCrazy shared this Whiteflash seven stone wedding band in 2014. This is a fabulous choice for a wedding band, the sparkle is high, the profile is low! Gorgeous! I hope that LoveLikeCrazy is still loving this ring like crazy!


Carat Weight: 1.01
Color Grade: I
Clarity: VS2


Black and white image of a hand with a diamond ring, blurred image of a baby behind and tiny little fingers wrapped around the side of the hand.

Mrsjacob shared this incredible Ann McKay diamond ring with us in 2011. This ring was intended as a push present, but the baby decided to come before the ring arrived. This image is priceless, those tiny baby fingers with that beautiful ring…the whole composition is lovely. Ann McKay’s studio was creating rings with James Meyer’s style designs. We hope that this is still being worn with joy and love and that the baby is a healthy and happy child!

Throwback Thursdays are always so fun for us, and we hope that you enjoy them too! We are looking forward to bringing more of PriceScope’s past out to show off and celebrate again!

We are so lucky that the PriceScope Community loves to share their gorgeous pieces with us, it’s so great to get to look at all this beauty!

If you are ready to show off your pieces with a community that will cheer on your jewelry finds old and new, join the PS Community for FREE today!

Written by Kayti Kawachi

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