Gemstone spotlight: Peridot

Posted by Brittany Myra on


Olivine was recently found in meteorites that have crash landed on earth. The gem version we use in jewelry is named Peridot. Earth based peridots are the most common, which form in places like Afghanistan and Arizona.


The luxurious green is eye catching and the facets add extra sun catching shimmers, like this candy necklace.


Also loved as the August birthstone, Peridot of this quality is not available often. 

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