Yellow Gold Three Stone Cushion Peridot Rings (8)

About Yellow Gold Three Stone Cushion Peridot Rings

For thousands of years, rings have been more than just adornment. They have been symbols of authority, symbols of promises, and even legally binding signatures. Today rings still speak volumes about you. Our yellow gold three stone cushion peridot rings are as eloquent as they are beautiful and always one of a kind. Choose emerald and palladium or blue topaz and rose gold: it's your choice. Mix and match gems and precious metals for a look that's exactly you. It's jewelry for all life's occasions, from an engagement or anniversary to your own personal milestones and celebrations. Our amazing array of designs by talented jewelry designers like Martha Gomez Gutierrez, Jessica Behzad, Ruzanna Davtian, and others means you can find yellow gold three stone cushion peridot rings that you can't find anywhere else. Three-stone jewelry designs have a timeless appeal that you can update with the addition of colorful gemstones. Because all Gemvara yellow gold three stone cushion peridot rings are made from scratch to your specifications, we can hand-select the finest quality gems and recycled precious metals to perfectly suit your design. Peridot is treasured in Hawaii as the goddess Pele's tears. Gemvara's peridot is a bright yellowish-green cut to dance with brilliance. Peridot is the August birthstone, the zodiac stone for Leo, and the 16th anniversary gem. Cushion cuts have a feminine appeal, with bowed sides meeting in softly rounded corners. The most popular fine jewelry alloy in America, 14k yellow gold is 58.5% pure gold mixed with other metals that give it excellent durability. When washing your hands, don't leave any rings on the rim of a sink where they can slip down the drain! Clean yellow gold three stone cushion peridot rings in a bowl of water with mild dish soap: use a soft brush where dust collects. Gemvara's exceptional heirloom-quality yellow gold three stone cushion peridot rings are designed to be passed down for generations, crafted by hand in the United States.


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