My favorite way to wear peridot: in oxidized silver with a touch of 14k yellow gold! Oh! And stack it up!
This set features a bright green, 4mm peridot with a 14k yellow gold hammered halo! She comes with 2 facet hammered bands that stack nicely, so you can switch up your look and play well with others, or wear by itself. I recommend changing your mind and wearing it differently every day!
I made this ring after writing my blog about peridot (check it out). I wanted to design a peridot ring that I would never want to take off, and I can honestly say that I love this ring! It brings out the green and gold, but it doesn't overpower! You can wear this set with anything!
This set will come in a size 7.5 if you don't know what size you need. If you do know what size you need, just message me at checkout!
I've got to say, these stack-able bands give a huge bang for your buck! If you've been thinking about playing around with stacking rings then let me warn you, it's a lot of fun!
I hand forge and hammer finish each of these bands using solid sterling silver. They're only about as wide as the edge of a quarter which is perfect for stacking. Most people can comfortably wear five or more on one finger.
Despite their dainty and delicate appearance I guarantee these rings can take a punch. (they're tough little dudes, you should see what I've put them though!)
For even more fun, throw a yellow or rose gold band in the mix and get that delightful two tone effect happening. ;)
Iolite and sunstone are both so full of colors and specks of shimmering light; it's hard to believe there is a gemstone with BOTH!
Here she is. And she brought two rhodilite garnet friends with her!! The full effect is amazing in person! The flecks inside this stone have a jewel tone rainbow of heavenly wonder.
The ring and setting are all custom made out of sterling silver and the crown jewel in the center is set with 14k rose gold claw prongs. The band is given a satin finish to soften the silver and really bring out the rose gold that complements the flecks of sunstone's copper inside the gem.