Four Jewelry Designs that Embrace the Pantone Color of the Year, Greenery

Peridot necklace from Carelle ($22,500)
Peridot necklace from Carelle ($22,500)

Yesterday, we brought you an in-depth look at the Pantone color of the year — Greenery — and watch brands that are embracing the color. Today, we bring you a look at four key jewelry designs that also offer verdant beauty.

Oscar Heyman chrysoberyl and diamond ring ($18,000)
Oscar Heyman chrysoberyl and diamond ring ($18,000)

In fact, in jewelry, this color is also expected to be prevalent, and is interpreted beautifully through the use of Peridot. Again, because of its fine color, the stone is often paired with blue stones like topaz, or yellow stones such as citrine.

Roberto Coin Haute Couture cocktail ring in 18K white gold with white diamonds, black sapphires, green garnet and peridot
Roberto Coin Haute Couture cocktail ring in 18K white gold with white diamonds, black sapphires, green garnet and peridot ($14,200)

 

PANTONE® is a wholly owned subsidiary of X-Rite, Incorporated, and is generally considered the global color authority and provider of professional color standards for the design industries. The company spends countless hours investigating colors and the “Color of the Year” selection process requires trend analysis and thoughtful consideration of new color influences from the entertainment industry, art, travel, fashion, architecture, interior design, fashion, accessories and all walks of life.

Peridot stackable 18-karat gold rings from Gabriel & Co. -- wear at least three or four. ($305 each)
Peridot stackable 18-karat gold rings from Gabriel & Co. — wear at least three or four. ($305 each)
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