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Be inspired by our most loved collection of Peridot Rings
Our metals are the perfect blend of strength and allure.
Choose a guardian metal you want for the protection of your gemstone.
We have answered here the most common questions related to Peridot Rings
Peridot is a variety of the mineral olivine, and derives its vibrant green color from the presence of the trace element iron. The color of peridot can range anywhere from yellowish green to bright green, depending upon the level of iron in the crystal. Peridot symbolizes harmony and compassion among family members and is supposed to protect its wearer from nightmares thus giving a sound sleep. It is one of the three birthstones for those born in August; the other two being spinel and sardonyx.
Peridot is known to come from the US, Myanmar (Burma), Brazil, Mexico, China, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan. Each origin has produced some very fine quality peridot.
The price of a Peridot generally ranges anywhere between $100 and $2,500 per carat, though it can go beyond this range.
Yes, you can wear a Peridot on an everyday basis. It's strong enough to withstand the rigors of daily use as it's a very hard gemstone. It scores 7/10 on the Mohs Scale of hardness.
We recommend buying a Peridot from a trusted source where you get a certificate of authenticity along with your stone. All of our gemstones invariably carry our own certificate of authenticity and most are certified by reputed bodies such as GIA, AGL, etc.
Do not clean your Peridot with any harsh chemical or petroleum distillate. Use a simple solution of water and gentle soap to clean and then wipe.