Peridot and diamond necklace. Photo: Sotheby's.
From the collection of Marjorie S. Fisher, this necklace is composed of a line of alternating oval-shaped peridots and rose-cut diamonds.
Peridot, green garnet, black diamond and diamond ‘Panda’ brooch. Sold for HK$375,000 ($48,386) at Sotheby’s Hong Kong. Photo: Sotheby's.
In this whimsical design that more than doubled its high estimate, a precious panda made of black and white diamonds sits atop a Burmese cushion-shaped peridot weighing 36.38 carats.
Gold and peridot necklace. Sold for $15,000 at Sotheby’s New York. Photo: Sotheby's.
From the collection of Danielle Steel, this necklace features peridots in all shapes and forms – its fringe alone is composed of 87 drop-shaped briolette peridots.
Platinum, peridot and diamond ring. Sold for $18,750 at Sotheby’s New York. Photo: Sotheby's.
As illustrated by this circa 1930 jewel centring an emerald cut peridot, August’s birthstone makes for the perfect pop of colour in a cocktail ring.
Gem set, enamel and diamond bracelet, Lacloche, 1955. Sold for CHF37,500 ($39,638) at Sotheby’s Geneva. Photo: Sotheby's.
Signed J. Lacloche, Paris Cannes, this dazzling buckle bracelet is decked with oval peridots, cabochon rubies, circular-cut diamonds and blue enamel.
Pair of peridot, sapphire, moonstone and diamond ear clips, Bulgari. Sold for CHF20,000 ($21,477) at Sotheby’s Geneva. Photo: Sotheby's.
These Bulgari beauties are set with fancy-cut peridot, suspending a fringe of similarly cut multi-coloured sapphires, peridots and moonstones, interspaced with brilliant-cut diamonds.
Peridot, onyx and lacquer ring, Cartier, 1990s. Sold for £7,750 ($12,699) at Sotheby’s London. Photo: Sotheby's.
It’s all in the details with this classic Cartier panther head ring which is accented with black lacquer, polished onyx and fierce pear-shaped peridot eyes.
Pair of 18 karat gold, peridot, diopside and diamond earrings, Sifen Chang. Sold for $22,500 at Sotheby’s New York. Photo: Sotheby's.
More than 90 carats worth of peridot form these striking foliate earrings.
18 karat gold and peridot bead necklace. Sold for $6,250 at Sotheby’s New York. Photo: Sotheby's.
A collar for the ultimate peridot lover, nineteen strands of drop-shaped peridot beads form this bold, twisting design.
Platinum, peridot and diamond brooch, Cartier, London. Sold for $36,250 at Sotheby’s New York. Photo: Sotheby's.
This circa 1930 Cartier brooch features a calf’s head-shape peridot framed by diamond-set birds and stylised feathers.
Gem set and diamond choker, Marina B. Sold for CHF47,500 (51,007 USD) at Sotheby’s Geneva. Photo: Sotheby's.
Oval cabochon peridots and citrines combine with cultured pearls and brilliant-cut diamonds to make this flexible gold collar.
18 karat white gold, coloured stone and diamond bracelet. Sold for $16,250 at Sotheby’s New York. Photo: Sotheby's.
This flexible wide band bracelet set with round and cabochon peridots weighing 144.65 carats is accented by amethysts, citrines, multi-coloured sapphires, green garnets and diamonds.
Peridot, sapphire, tsavorite garnet and diamond ‘Bird’ brooch. Sold for HK$162,500 ($20,953) at Sotheby’s Hong Kong. Photo: Sotheby's.
This colourful bird’s body is a 32.02-carat peridot of Burmese origin, while its head is pavé-set with sapphires and tsavorite garnets. Completing the design is a tree branch set with circular-cut diamonds.
Suite of 18 karat gold, peridot and diamond jewellery, Fred, Paris. Sold for $68,750 at Sotheby’s New York. Photo: Sotheby's.
Comprised of a necklace, bracelet-watch, ring and earclips, this regal peridot and diamond set boasts more than 100 carats of peridots.
Gem set and diamond brooch, ‘Botte de Radis’, René Boivin, 1985. Sold for CHF62,500 ($62,287) at Sotheby’s Geneva. Photo: Sotheby's.
Designed as a radish bunch, this René Boivin brooch is composed of polished rhodochrosite, set with brilliant-cut diamonds and circular-cut peridots, which form the leaves.