Peridot is a yellowish-green gemstone that is a variety of the mineral olivine. It is known for its striking mix of bright summery greens and golden tones. Peridot’s color comes from its chemical composition, which includes iron and magnesium. It is often found in volcanic rocks called basalts, which are rich in iron and magnesium.  Read More 

Rings

Earrings

Pendants

Woman’s Rings

8020

8020

7x5oval.2x170pc

8026

8026

8x6oval.2x7x5oval

8027

8027

7x5oval.2x170pc

8019

8019

8x6oval.2×3.5mrd

8006

8006

9x7oval.2x6x4oval.2x170pc

8015

8015

2x5msq.2x5mrd

8013

8013

9x7oval.2x170pc

7580

7580

9x7oval.2x170pc

7810

7810

8x6oval.2x170pc

7370

7370

7x5oval.2x.01

6445

6445

3.5mrd.8×3.mrd

7881

7881

7x5oval.2x.01

7874

7874

8x6oct.4x170pc

7733

7733

9x7oval.2x.01

7701

7701

8x6oval.2x170pc

7971

7971

7x5oval.2x170pc

7970

7970

8x6oval.2x170pc

7934

7934

9x7oval.2x7x5oval

7914

7914

10x8oval.2x170pc

7797

7797

7x5oval.6x170pc

7780

7780

8x6oval.2x170pc

7430

7430

8x6oct.4x170pc

7318

7318

3x5x3oval.4x170pc

7972

7972

8x6oval.2x170pc

7295

7295

8x6oval.6x170pc

7294

7294

8x6oval.6x170pc

6870

6870

4×3.5mrd.6x170pc

6226

6226

3×3.5mrd.4x170pc

7678

7678

6x4oval.2x5x3oval.2x170pc

7861

7861

9x7oval.2x.02

7378

7378

8x6oval.2x170pc

7785

7785

Trilogy-7mrd.6mrd.5mrd

7820

7820

10x8oval.2×3.5mrd

6289

6289

3x7x5oval. 4x.01

6494

6494

3x6x4oval. 4x.01

7037

7037

7x5ov.2x6x4ov.2x5x3ov.8x170pc

7681

7681

6x4oval.2x5x3oval.2x170pc

7787

7787

6x4oval.2x5x3oval.4x170pc

7837

7837

10x8oval.2x170pc

7904

7904

7mrd.12x170pc

7893

7893

6x4oval.2x5x3oval

Earrings

E205

E205

2x5x3oval.2x170pc

E245

E245

2x7x5oval.2x170pc

E254

E254

2x5x3oval.2x170pc

Pendants

P496

P496

12x10oval.170pc

P486

P486

6x4oval.1x.01

P438

P438

9x7oval.2x170pc

P415

P415

5x3oval.170pc

P466

P466

8x6oval.170pc

Peridot is a yellowish-green gemstone that is a variety of the mineral olivine. It is known for its striking mix of bright summery greens and golden tones. Peridot’s color comes from its chemical composition, which includes iron and magnesium. It is often found in volcanic rocks called basalts, which are rich in iron and magnesium.

Peridot is sometimes called chrysolite and is one of the few gemstones that only occurs in one color. It is often confused with other gems, including topaz and emeralds. Peridot’s sparkling green hue appears to shine brighter in the dark, earning it the nickname “evening emerald”. 

The ancient Egyptians mined peridot on the Red Sea island of Zabargad, which is the source for many large fine peridots in the world’s museums. The Egyptians called it the “gem of the sun”. 

People who are allergic or sensitive to olivine should not wear peridot on their body. This prevents inflammations, skin irritations, or headaches. 
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