Riddhi Bhatt

Peridot Stones Jewelry

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Natural stones are one of the most beautiful gifts of our Mother Earth, it comes from the womb of Mother Earth. I am in love with those beautiful and stunning stones and my love for stones make me want to work with them. Here in this set of jewelry I have used peridot stones, blue jade and crystals. Considered one of the world’s oldest gems, peridot was discovered as early as 1500 B.C. Records indicate that the first stones were found on Topazo Island (now known as St. John’s) in the Egyptian Red Sea. According to legend, island inhabitants were forced to collect the stones for Pharaoh’s treasury. Supposedly, the islanders were forced to mine for the gem both day and night, and they were able to spot the green gemstone during nighttime purely because of the stone’s beautiful glow. Because of this, Ancient Egyptians referred to the stone as “the gem of the sun.” Today, peridot is the national gem of Egypt.

Known for its stunning green hues, peridot is one of the only gemstones to be found in a single color. Most stones can be found in a variety of different colors and can often range from light pink to blue, but peridot boasts the everlasting elegance of green. However, the depth of green is determined by the amount of iron contained in the crystal structure. Peridot’s green hue can range from the rich green of the sea to the lighter color of a freshly fallen leaf.

Because of the stone’s variation in color, peridot has often been mistaken for emerald. Throughout history, peridot has been wrongly classified as emerald countless times. In fact, there is evidence to suggest that Cleopatra’s royal jewels were actually peridot instead of emerald. Although the correct classification of Cleopatra’s jewels remains a mystery, there is no doubt that the history of peridot is irrevocably connected with Egypt.

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Peridot Stones Jewelry

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