Peridot Drop Earrings
These gorgeous Peridot drop earrings are a vision of vibrant green beauty, reminiscent of a sunlit forest clearing. Each pear-shaped gem shimmers with the refreshing energy of spring, capturing the light and dancing with every movement. The delicate sterling silver setting complements the peridot’s brilliance without stealing the show, creating a look that’s both classic and contemporary.
Why you’ll adore them:
- Renewal and Growth: Peridot is known as the “stone of growth and prosperity,” invigorating the spirit and attracting abundance. Wear these earrings to tap into your potential and watch your dreams flourish.
- Sunlit Brilliance: The faceted peridots capture the light, sparkling like dewdrops on leaves. Prepare to be mesmerized by their inner glow.
- Sterling Silver Elegance: The simple yet sophisticated setting puts the spotlight on the peridot’s natural beauty, making these earrings perfect for any occasion.
- Lightweight Luxury: Designed for effortless comfort, these earrings are surprisingly light and easy to wear, adding a touch of sunshine to your day without weighing you down.
Prosperity, warmth & well-being
Chakras: Solar plexus, heart
Zodiac Signs: Virgo, Leo, Scorpio, Sagittarius
Birthstone: August, September
Wedding Anniversary: 1st, 16th year
Peridot Crystal Healing Properties
Peridot is a believed generator of abundance and manifestation. It is thought to help remove blockages to receiving energy. As such, it opens you up to accepting abundance in all areas of life. Also, this crystal is often felt as a very positive stone. It brings an inner sense of warmth and well-being. Similarly, it helps in alleviating feelings of low self-esteem or guilt. In a physical sense, it is thought to help in supporting the heart and circulation.
History and Uses
The oldest records of Peridot date back to 1500 BC. It was mined in Zabargad, an island in the Egyptian Red Sea. It was considered a symbol of the Sun from Ancient Times to the Middle Ages. Apparently, according to a Greek manuscript, it confers royal dignity to its bearer.
Interestingly enough, it was a favourite of the ancient Egyptians too. They used to crush it into a powder to treat asthma, relieve thirst and heat and ward off evil spells. Peridot is also known as Olivine and Chrysolite. It varies in colour from yellow to brownish-olive green depending on the amount of iron in the crystal. Gem quality Peridot is relatively rare so it is considered a precious stone. Peridot is one of only two gemstones formed deep in the magma of the earth, it is brought to the surface through volcanic activity. Olivine can sometimes be found in pallasite meteorites.
Peridot is a magnesium iron silicate mineral with a hardness of 7. Its crystal system is orthorhombic and it usually forms in short, compact prisms. Important sources of Peridot are found in Pakistan, Burma, Australia, Brazil, South Africa, and the USA.
I resonate with the abundant energy of the Universe.