Here we have:
A silver ring set with a facetted peridot. The stone is a fan shape but it’s sometimes called a ‘pie-shape’ in the trade because it looks like a section of pie.
What’s the story?
This was a sample for a range that I used to make in gold.
The shank is 5mm wide and twists into an upright orientation as it comes round towards the stone. The peridot is about 7mm across the widest point and the straight sides are 5mm long.
Ring size: K1/2
Can they be sized?
Up about four sizes.