Manchurian Peridot (Tm) .38ct Oval With .42ct Oval Glacier Topaz (Tm), .44ct Oval Vermelho Garnet (Tm), .36ct Oval African Amethyst, .36ct Oval Citrine And .01ct Round White Diamond Accent, Sterling Silver Necklace. Measures Approximately 11/16"w. Spring Ring Clasp. Rhodium Plated.
With history dating back some 3500 years, Peridot is found in many diverse and colorful locations. Vibrant green Manchurian Peridot hails from an area in northeastern China, historically known as Manchuria. The Manchuria region is rich in natural resources and beauty with its many lakes, rivers and mountains. A regal gem with a wealth of history, Manchurian Peridot has magnificent green color which is completely natural and untreated. This legacy is yours today at an incredible value. Glacier Topaz, exclusive to Jewelry Television, is the perfect blend of the sky and the Arctic Ocean, along with fiery brilliance and luster reminiscent of diamonds. Much like gemstones, glaciers take long periods of time to form. It is well worth the time to admire their awe-inspiring beauty and majestic forms. Yet, with Glacier Topaz, it's not something that's here today and gone tomorrow. You can take all the time you want to appreciate its beauty-even a lifetime! Let Glacier Topaz serve as your constant reminder of Mother Nature's boundless and humbling beauty. Take a moment to stop and gaze, enjoy and wear with wonder. Glacier Topaz available at Jewelry Television and JTV.com. Mozambique is an exotic land far away on the eastern coast of Africa. Its vibrant and colorful landscape features glorious beaches, lush forests, amazing wildlife, unique vegetation, mysterious swamps and a myriad of incredible gemstones and minerals. Among its treasures is the beautiful Vermelho Garnet, which features a rich combination of both the Pyrope Garnet species as well as the Almandine Garnet species. The Pyrope portion gives the stone its regal red color, while the Almandine portion brings in warm spicy shades of cinnamon. This spicy gemstone originates from a region known as Zambezia and is called Vermelho Garnet, meaning "red" in Portuguese, one of the official languages of this exotic country.