Midori Bracelet

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Show off your sophisticated style when you wear this bracelet.

Think fine and versatile jewellery. bracelet with Fire Opal, Peridot and Tourmaline with 24-carat gold vermeil.

The design features a lobster clasp for easy wear and finished with a signature Yaron Morhaim logo. Layer with other bracelet or wear on its own.

Bracelets are 19cm long approximately. The length can be made as per customer request. Please let us know your requirements.


Peridot occurs in silica-poor igneous rocks, such as basalts. Some peridot is found in volcanic areas, while some are found embedded in meteorites.

The shade and depth of green color present in peridot is dependent on the proportion of iron present in the stone, and the deeper the green, the smaller the amount of iron that is present.

As with many precious gems, peridot occurs most commonly in pebble-sized specimens that have been weathered by tens of thousands of years of erosion in gemstone veins. New sources of peridot include Arizona, Mexico, Oregon, Norway, Pakistan, Russia and Sri Lanka. The Canary Islands, China, Brazil, Norway, Hawaii, Australia, Brazil and South Africa provide the finest gem quality peridot stones.


Opals come in three natural varieties: opalescent precious opal, fire opal (yellow to red-orange) and the generally opaque common opal.

Fire opal is named for its color and does not display opalescence. It can range in color from yellow to red. It is usually milky, but the best examples can be transparent.

Opals are found in the veins and cavities of igneous or sedimentary rock. The best quality opals are found in Australia, but the gemstone is also found in Brazil, Mexico, Czech Republic, Slovakia, southern Africa and Nevada of the United States.


Though tourmaline has been found in parts of Africa and Europe, the most prominent mine locations are established in North and South America.

The pink tourmaline’s status as the October birthstone is shared with the opal, and there are many unique metaphysical properties for each member of the tourmaline gemstone family.

Tourmaline comes in a wide family of varieties. The red colors are called rubellite and blue colors areindicolite. Other colored tourmaline names are verdite for greens, dravite for browns, achroite for the rare colorless tourmalines, schorl for the most common blacks and paraiba for a particularly rare vivid green variety.

Our jewellery is bespoke and made to order. Each piece is handcrafted with meticulous care. The silver and gold components are of the best quality and are custom made. We use natural gemstones, each piece of our jewellery is unique. Gemstones may have a subtle difference in colour and formation.


Explore the dazzling unique range of high-quality, superb jewellery collections are made by our dedicated jewellery designers in a variety of exquisitely sophisticated and enchanting designs. Choose from a wide variety of alluring styles, including a choice selection of rings with gold embellishments. Limited edition rings set with semi-precious stones, necklaces, earrings and more.

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This item is made to order. Please see our ‘Delivery & Availability’ for information regarding delivery time.
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Bracelet Opal Peridot Tourmaline. Think of fine and versatile jewellery. Necklace with Fire Opal, Peridot and Tourmaline. Silver Gold Opal Ring

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Dimensions 190 mm

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1 review for Midori Bracelet

  1. Maggie

    My jewelry was shipped quickly, fantastic gemstones. I loved the adorable bags they came in.

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