Peridot Halo Pave Pulla Ring With Diamond
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What are Natural Peridot Rings
Natural peridot is the name for gem quality formations of the mineral olivine. Olivine is one of the most abundant minerals on the surface of Earth. But it rarely forms in large inclusion free crystals with rich colors. Natural peridot gets its name from the French word for olivine, péridot. The colors of natural peridot ranges from pale lemon yellow to rich forest green. AZEERA offers natural peridot rings in a vibrant yellow green.
Why are Natural Peridot Rings Popular
Natural peridot rings are popular because they are affordable and accessible. A premium quality deep green peridot ring is rare. But all other qualities are available high qualities. Natural peridot's color is also pleasant and versatile. It is noticeable in both bright and dark lighting. The ancient Romans called the it the "Evening Emerald" because of its warm green color by candle light. Natural peridot rings are also the birthstone for August. AZEERA offers an affordable yellow green peridot ring in exceptional color and clarity.
How to Design a Yellow Green Peridot Ring - Color
A natural yellow green peridot ring is versatile and easy to customize. AZEERA designers believe that the soft hue pairs with both warm and cool colored gems. For a warm palette, try unique peridot rings with citrine, pink tourmaline, and garnet. For a cool palette, pair unique peridot rings with aquamarine and swiss blue topaz. To emphasis the yellow green color in a natural peridot ring, pair it with diamond or black onyx.
How to Design Natural Unique Peridot Rings - Metal
Natural large peridot rings are iconic pieces in jewelry. Cocktail style rings go as far back as ancient Egypt. To replicate this look, AZEERA designers recommend large peridot rings in yellow gold. Both the metal and gem are warm colors and compliment each other. To create a modern look, AZEERA recommends a natural peridot ring in white metals. The white metals provide a clean canvas for the color of peridot to pop out. For a trendy look, try a natural peridot ring in rose gold. The contrast between warm peridot and soft rose gold is vibrant and youthful.
How to Design a Natural Peridot Ring - Setting
AZEERA recommends natural peridot rings with in engagement styles with large center stones. The larger the peridot, the more intense the color is. Peridot looks elegant in a three stone or halo setting next other bright colored gems. A peridot ring band is also viable, but the colors of the gems are lighter. If you're considering a peridot ring band, select a setting that uses several colored gems.
How to Maintain Large Peridot Rings
Natural peridot has a hardness of 6.5 to 7 on the Mohs hardness scale. This means that the gem is resistent to scratching from most materials, but it is still a delicate gem. Natural peridot rings are suitable for daily wear if handled with care. Avoid sudden or sharp impacts against the gem. When cleaning peridot jewelry, avoid heat and sudden temperature changes. Also avoid ultrasonic cleaners and caustic chemicals.