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R055, Manchurian Peridot, Gold Ring

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Stone Type Peridot
Approximate Stone Size 12x10mm
Approximate Stone Weight 6 ct
Jewelry Metal Solid 10 Karat Yellow Gold
Approximate Metal Weight 3.2 grams
Ring Size Whatever size you want, Sizes 3 through16, 1/4 size increments, selectable during checkout. Sizing is free!
Gold Karat Upgrade 14k or 18k Gold Available
Gold Color Upgrade White or Rose Gold Available
Our Warranty A full year on workmanship
Our Guarantee Totally Unconditional 30 Day Guarantee
Main Stone Treatment Not Enhanced


I Hate Peridot! I Hate Peridot! I Hate Peridot!

You guessed it, I'm an August Baby, and I got stuck with Apple Green, when I'd just as soon have, hmmm, Blue Zircon -- matches my baby blues...

Anyway, the point is, I won't buy Peridot unless it's killer Peridot. I won't buy the stuff that has brown tinges to it, and I don't buy the stuff that looks all yellowy. (I wonder if I can use yellowy in a scrabble game? :-) Oh, and I won't buy the stuff that's all full of carbon or those flat lily pad thingies.

With history dating back some 3500 years, Peridot is found in many parts of the world. Vibrant green Manchurian Peridot is mined in northeastern China, historically known as Manchuria.  Manchurian Peridot has a bright green color which is completely natural and untreated.

Oh -- about the price. Sorry about that, but Peridot pricing goes up exponentially with size. Good, clean Peridot is just getting to be pretty rare in the larger sizes, and I have access to Peridot from at least a half dozen places from around the world, and it's the same everywhere. Peridot, in large sizes, are pretty much gone.  I source mine from Manchuria because of the quality.
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