We have a large selection of genuine peridot jewelry designs in sterling silver and in 14k gold which are not displayed on this page.
We do have additional stock of natural peridot items.
Many of our peridot mineral specimens and crystals have gem-grade areas inside and can be used as superior grade peridot gem rough. Some of our peridot cabochon gems also have large facet grade areas inside!
Be sure to let us know if you have any natural peridot requests.
We have a large selection of genuine peridot jewelry designs in stock including peridot necklaces, earrings, bracelets and peridot rings which are available in pure sterling silver and also in solid 14k gold.
Each of our peridots is completely natural, and they were all mined in either Burma, Pakistan, China or the USA.
You may have noticed that some of our peridot is lighter green and some has darker green color, or that the hue varies from yellowish-green to green to olive green. This is because we do not treat our peridot in any way. Here at mineralminers.com, we do not have any heated or treated peridots, each one is 100% natural!
We specialize in rare quality natural peridots, and we do have gem-grade peridot crystals in stock, including some very rare quality peridot crystals and some very large peridot mineral specimens.
We also have small peridot mineral specimens available, and we are currently offering special volume discounts on these inexpensive peridot specimens!
Information about genuine peridot and its history, physical properties, chemistry, occurance, and metaphysical uses is displayed on our peridot information page.
To see more peridot photos, just select another linked image displayed below.
To see photos of another mineral variety, select any link in our Mineral Inventory & Factsheet Index.
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when we add more spectacular natural color peridot collector quality items on this page?
We have a large inventory of natural peridot crystals, gemstones, mineral specimens, and jewelry items in stock at our mineral warehouses, so be sure to let us know if you have any peridot special requests.
Please contact our webmaster or our 'site' geologist with any questions or comments.