Peridot Gemstone - A Perfect Fusion of Beauty

Peridot Gemstone - A Perfect Fusion of Beauty

Throughout antiquity, the exquisite peridot envelope in the alluring green tones has been acclaimed and treasured. Peridot has many lovers and was frequently mistaken for Emerald. In the past, peridot was used to make talismans with carvings of vultures and a donkey. It was believed that the talisman would bring to you spiritual enhancement and protect you from evil spirits. In the middle times, European emissaries travelled to far-off regions and returned with vast numbers of peridot stones to use as decorations for their cathedrals and garments.


The olivine mineral family includes the attractive green peridot. The most well-known member of the olivine family is peridot. The French term peritôt, which signifies anything unclear, is where the name peridot first originated. Peridot seems hazy due to its many inclusions and interior cracks. Peridot is referred to as chrysolite in old German. Due to its strength and beauty, peridot is often referred to as the evening Emerald. It also goes by the name olivine occasionally, and it only comes in the shade of green. Peridot comes in a variety of colours, including olive and brownish green. Peridot frequently has an oily, greasy appearance on its surface. Many cultures have revered Peridot and have connected it to good fortune. Peridot pairs well with the Sterling Silver Jewelry and can be donned as Peridot Ring, Peridot Pendant, Peridot Earrings, Peridot Necklace and Peridot Bracelet.

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