Peridot Fine Bracelets
Peridot fine bracelets are an elegant and stylish accessory option. The classic and distinctive apple green gemstone jewellery is available in a wide variety of modern and vintage styles and designs.
Different types of peridot fine bracelets
Peridot fine bracelets that have a classic bangle design are often available in two different styles. Some fine bangles feature a hinge for easy wear and other styles are slipped on over the wrist. The wider cuff bracelets are usually decorative pieces with elaborate cut gemstone arrangements. Some retro style slim bangles show off a trio of peridot cabochon gems.
Peridot fine bracelets that feature a chain design are a popular fashion accessory choice. Fine chain bracelets are available in a wide selection of styles and typically feature an elegant display of polished gemstones.
Beaded peridot fine bracelets traditionally show off a single delicate strand of gemstones, or multiple seed gem strands that are joined together.
Tennis bracelets feature a single band of round or square cut peridot gems that are joined together, with a clasp fastening. This popular style of bracelet is named after the women's tennis champion Chris Evert's bracelet that she wore in the 1987 US Open tennis tournament.
Gemstone cuts of stylish peridot fine bracelets
Peridot fine bracelets are available in a variety of styles. Fine bracelets that are embellished with geometrically shaped, flat polished and faceted gemstones are the most popular.
Many vintage peridot fine bracelets are adorned with baguette shaped gemstones. This stone is long and rectangular in shape, and is often enhanced with smaller round side stones like diamonds.
Elegant oval cut peridot gemstones are usually arranged on a decorative chain bracelet. The faceted oval shape is a hybrid between the simple round gem, and the distinctive marquise.
Marquise cut peridot fine bracelets feature a decorative composition of elongated, pointed end gemstones. The claw set marquise peridot bracelet is often enhanced with white topaz stones and silver.
Classic peridot fine bracelets precious metal variations
9K and 18K yellow gold is a favourite precious metal choice of many styles of classic peridot fine bracelets. Yellow gold is mixed with other metals that contain more nickel, in order to get its distinctive colour.
Sterling silver is a popular choice for modern style peridot fine bracelets. Silver is made from silver alloy, with the addition of copper, nickel or zinc.
Silver plated peridot fine bracelets are made from alloy that is coated with a thin layer of sterling silver.