Peridot and Emerald Loop Ring Sterling Silver, August Birthstone Ring, May Birthstone Ring, Three Stone Ring, Mother's Ring
This three stone May and August birthstone ring is made with a natural peridot gemstone with lab created emerald accents. The peridot is a 5mm round stone and the emerald accents are 3mm round. The peridot and emeralds are set into a solid 925 sterling silver band. You will be prompted to select your ring size when you add this three stone ring to your cart. Please contact me before purchasing if you would like this sterling silver peridot and emearld ring made with different gemstones.
Size: 0.50 ct
Size: 0.20 ct total
Treatment: lab created
Unlike simulated emerald, lab created emerald is identical to natural earth-mined emerald. Simulated emerald is made to imitate the look of natural emerald, but does not have the same chemical and physical properties. Lab created emerald is composed of the same materials as natural emerald, and has the same properties. Lab created emerald is physically and chemically indistinguishable from natural emerald. Laboratories are able to create high quality emerald with vivid colors and perfect clarity, which is extremely rare with natural gemstones.
There are many ways to create most lab created gemstones, however since emerald belongs to the quartz family, the only way to successfully grow them is hydrothermally. This process requires heat and pressure, imitating the conditions deep in the earth that forms natural emeralds. The hydrothermal growth of emeralds is slow and expensive which makes them more expensive than lab created rubies and sapphires. Natural emeralds are full of imperfections, often hidden by coating the gemstone with oil. These imperfections cause the natural emeralds to break or chip easily. Lab created emeralds do not have imperfections, which makes them sturdier than natural gemstones. Emeralds have a hardness of 7.5-8 on the Mohs scale, and are the traditional birthstone for May.
Peridot is a semiprecious olive-green stone that is made of the mineral olivine. The color of peridot is natural and not enhanced. Peridot is mined in many countries, including the U.S., Brazil, and Australia. Peridot is the birthstone of August, and has a hardness of 6.5-7 on the Mohs scale.
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