A wonderful peridot and diamond ring from the 1980's! The ring is made of 14ct yellow and white gold and features three parallel rows of dazzling gemstones. A pop of olive-green beams from the central row of peridot gems, all have an exceptional clarity. The calibrated peridots are a stunning emerald-cut with the centre peridot slightly larger than the flanked peridots. The striking peridot gems are sitting proud in classic four-prong settings, the diamonds are stepped down in height and individually set into white gold square pillar settings. A beautiful contrast in the gemstones radiate, as well as the white and yellow gold combination! Adding a touch of opulence to the ring is the lovely filigree scroll undercarriage. An upswept and triple split design shoulder complements the design nicely, the shoulders taper and form into a solid 3mm wide shank.
A stylish ring which would look lovely by itself or stack with others!