Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II always makes meaningful and intentional jewelry choices. She has made many of her timely and significant jewelry selections nod to the love of her…
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! These are the Throwbacks for March 2021!
Moogle shared this Tiffany & Co. aquamarine eternity metro ring with us in 2010. Moogle’s husband surprised her with this dainty beauty and we just love it. What a perfect pop of blue that looks incredible among her wedding set. What a delight, a gorgeous stack of magnificence. I think a hint of color nearly always looks good, and can definitely chase the grey doldrums away!
ChloeLe shared her beautiful engagement ring with us in 2010. This ring looks great on her finger, it’s hard to wrong with a lovely classic solitaire. Blue Nile does a great job with engagement rings and this one obviously made ChloeLe’s heart sing. That is the ultimate goal of an engagement ring, to be a token of love and a symbol of the commitment being made. There is nothing more beautiful than that.
Carat Weight: 0.59ct
Asscher_girl shared her incredible engagement ring reset with us in 2010. She knew that they were going to upgrade at their fifth anniversary, but two years into the marriage she reset her diamond to create more finger coverage. It’s gorgeous, and the eventual 5-year upgrade was a Jewel of the Week! Asscher_girl does not disappoint with her fabulous taste. This solitaire was an inspired choice, we love it.
18kt white gold
Stone is a 1.54 ct
Cellantani shared this pretty pair of studs with us in 2010. These studs look outstanding and those peekaboo diamonds in the base of the basket made these even more special. I can’t get enough of the studs on their own, but in Cellantani’s jackets, they would be an amazing addition to any jewelry lover’s collection! In her original post before they were set, Cellantani called these a “starter set” of antique cuts. What a phenomenal kick-off to an antique collection! These stones were a really lucky find on eBay.
.26ct, 4.01mm, I, VS1
.27ct, 4.04mm, I, SI1
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! These jewels helped get us through a murky March!
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Written by Kayti Kawachi