JAI JEWELLERS - Olivia Multi Colour Bracelet

Product Code: 0300-0044

Barcode: 6009710363171

R2,999.00
In stock
SKU
0300-0044


The Multi-Stone Bracelet is made from Sterling Silver and coated with Rhodium.

 

Sterling silver set 

1 x Bracelet with Red Garnet, Blue Topaz, Peridot, Citrine and Amethyst stones.

 

Design Information

Gemstone inserts have Oval Red Garnet, Blue Topaz, Peridot, Citrine and Amethyst stones.

 

Stone Information (all sizes and weights approximate)

Red Garnet:    Oval (6x4mm); Cutting (Faceted); Stone Count (6)

Blue Topaz:    Oval (6x4mm); Cutting (Faceted); Stone Count (6)

Peridot:          Oval (6x4mm); Cutting (Faceted); Stone Count (6)

Citrine:           Oval (6x4mm); Cutting (Faceted); Stone Count (6)

Amethyst:       Oval (6x4mm); Cutting (Faceted); Stone Count (6)

 



RED GARNET

• Garnet family has a rainbow of colours in which Red garnet is most common

• The name "garnet" comes from the Medieval Latin word, "granatum", which is an adjective meaning "dark-red".

• Chemically it is Aluminum fluoro-hydroxyl-silicate

• Falls in Semi-precious category

• Hardness is 6.5 to 7.5 on Mohs Scales

• Heated to enhance the colour

• Birthstone for January born.

• For Zodiac Sign Aquarius

• Found in Europe, USA, India, China, Pakistan & Africa

 

BLUE TOPAZ

Light AQUA blue to Dark blue colour. Lightest is called Sky blue topaz, medium colour is called as swiss blue topaz & darkest colour is called London Blue Topaz.

• It's from Topaz family. It is a white colour in nature & gets a range of blue colour from irradiation process which is safe for humans to wear.

• Chemically it is Aluminum fluoro-hydroxyl-silicate

• Falls in Semi-precious category

• Hardness is 8 on Mohs Scales

• Heated to enhance the colour

• Birthstone for December born.

• For Zodiac Sign VIRGO

• Found in Africa, America, Russia & Pakistan



PERIDOT

• Light Yellow-green to Dark brownish green

• Peridot is a gem-quality variety of the mineral olivine

• The name ‘peridot' was derived from the Arabic word for gem - 'faridat'. It is sometimes referred to as 'the poor man's emerald’.

• Chemically, peridot is an iron magnesium silicate and its intensity of colour depends on the amount of iron it contains

• Falls in Semi-precious category

• Hardness is 6.5 to 7 on Mohs Scales

• Heated to enhance the colour

• Birthstone for August born.

• For Zodiac Sign LEO

• Found in Burma, China, Pakistan & Africa



CITRINE

 • Yellow to Golden Orange Colour Quartz

• The name 'citrine' was derived from 'citron', a French word meaning 'lemon',

although its colour tends to be more golden rather than lemon-yellow

• It has a specific chemical formula of SiO2 (silicon dioxide)

• Falls in Semi-precious category

• Hardness is 7 on Mohs Scales

• Heated to enhance the colour

• Birthstone for November born

• For Zodiac Sign VIRGO

• Found in Africa Mainly



AMETHYST

• Violet, Purple, Purple Pink Colour Quartz

• Colour comes from Iron & Aluminium impurities

• Falls in Semi-precious category

• Hardness is 7 on Mohs Scales

• Heated to enhance the colour

• Birthstone for February

• For Zodiac Sign PISCES

• Found in Africa, Morocco, Mexico



RHODIUM

What is Rhodium?

Rhodium is a rare and precious element that is more expensive than gold. As a member of the platinum group of metals it is harder than gold and is highly durable Rhodium is silver in colour, highly reflective and does not tarnish or corrode.

Unfortunately, Rhodium is a brittle metal that cannot be easily shaped. Therefore jewellery cannot be made from Rhodium. When Rhodium is used to plate other jewellery, it enhances the durability of the metal.

Is Rhodium plated jewellery safe to wear?

Rhodium plating is hypoallergenic. Rhodium does not contain any allergens such as nickel. 

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