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Peridot

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Called by Egyptians the "gem of the sun", peridot has always been associated with light. The name peridot comes from the Arabic word "faridat", meaning "gem". Yellowish green is by far the most common color for peridot however they can also be found in a brown green or pure green color.

Peridots are mainly formed deep in the earth and once formed are pushed to the surface through volcanos. Sources for peridot include mines in the USA, Tanzania, Egypt, Pakistan, Myanmar, Vietnam, and China.

Peridot


Loose Stone

Peridot

Peridot's unique color in higher qualities make it an attractive option for any custom design centerpiece.

Colors


Yellowish green

Qualities


All

Sizes


All

Shapes


All

Mineral


Olivine

Hardness


6.5 to 7 out of 10

Birthstone


August

Anniversary


15th

Source


Earth formed

Source(alt)


Lab formed

Availability


In-stock and on-demand

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Direct Supplier

We supply the Maryland area with Peridots direct from specialty cutters around the world. With access to our private global network, clients enjoy an exclusive selection of high quality Peridot centerpiece choices at their best values.

Peridot

Every Peridot comes ready-to-set in the setting or custom design of your choice.

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