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Flora and fauna offer an extraordinary variety of shapes and colors. Yet different shades of green are not only found in vegetation, but in those hidden treasures of nature to which precious gemstones belong. The Peridot, known to the Romans as the “evening emerald” is primarily found in Myanmar. It comes in yellow and brownish shades of green, as well as in an olive tone, from which its second name, the Olivine, is derived. The Tsavorit - belonging to the Garnet family of gems - is remarkable for its
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Peridot
Peridot Green Peridot is our gem of the month in September. Light and deep shades of natural green remind us of summer meadows. Fine, natural inclusions in the gems makes peridot jewelry truly unique. Origin As early as 1500 B.C. Peridot was found on Zebirget, an island in the Red Sea. Today, it is sourced in countries as varied as Brazil, Australia, USA, China, Pakistan, Myanmar, Kenya and Norway. History The name is derived from the Greek “peridona”, meaning “giving plenty” and from the Arab “faridat”, meaning “gem.”
Peridot - Gem of the month August
Peridot - Gem of the month August
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