Here's a few more "sneak peeks" on some beautiful JTV jewelry you can expect to see during our Treasures from Tucson Event, which began Saturday, February 4th on Jewelry Television and JTV.com. We are excited to have some of the Five Diamond Rated items back in stock and to bring you new jewelry as well! (Editor's note: all prices subject to change.)
Yet ANOTHER five diamond rated item back in stock to celebrate JTV's Treaures of Tucson Event! This Southwest inspired Hubei Turquoise necklace features sterling silver beads and toggle. Equally appropriate with a business suit or jeans this design easily transitions from day to evening! Our JTV price for this classic design is only $59.99. (JTV item number MDH153T)
Over 4.50 carats of lush green Moldavite featuring cushion and baguette cut stones in classic 10kt gold. Diamond accents highlight the heart shaped prongs. Elegant, and unique, this ring will have your friends "green with envy"! $329.99 (JTV item number BER036)
This pendant is a Rhapsody in Blue! A 4.50 carat Brazilian Swiss Blue Topaz center stone is highlighted with blue and white diamonds that total over 1/5 carat! The rich blue topaz features a checkerboard cut which brings even more brilliance to this stylish design! 10kt Gold, $269.99 (JTV item number DDM084)
From the exotic land of Nepal…this regal Kyanite center stone weighs an estimated 2.70 carat. This 10kt gold design features blue and white diamonds and features a vintage appeal. $209.99 (JTV item number NBR158)
This exciting debut item features a unique Canadian Ammolite Triplet weighing an estimated 1 carat. The Pear shaped Chrome Diaopside highlight each side of the center stone. The Chrome Diopside weighs over 1/3 carat. There are also diamond accents, all set in 10kt gold. $259.99 (JTV item number DDM170R)
Check the JTV blog (jtv.com/blog) tomorrow (Monday, February 6th) for my wrap up of our time at the 2012 Tucson gem shows. As always, you can see all of my photos on the Jewelry Television facebook page (facebook.com/jewelrytelevision) in the album entitled "Treasures from Tucson 2012".