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Chips

Peridot (PAIR-ee-doh), August's birthstone, is also known as Olivine and Chrysolite. The intensity of Peridot's zesty lime green color is dependent upon the amount of iron within the stone. Peridot's perky color makes this stone a perfect compliment to bright summer fashions. It is said that the Queen Cleopatra's extensive "emerald" collection was actually a large collection of high quality peridot. Peridot was a wildly popular gem in the Baroque period, and is once again gaining in popularity. Peridot pairs well with sterling silver, Swarovski crystal and magnetic hematite beads.

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Peridot Chips 36 Inch Strand Average
Picture of 99ST415, Peridot Chips 36 Inch Strand Average
99ST415

1 ST $1.97 ($1.97 per ST)

2 ST $3.20 ($1.60 per ST)

10 ST $12.40 ($1.24 per ST)

30 ST $35.65 ($1.19 per ST)

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Shape: Chips
Material: Peridot
Description: Small gemstone chips are both popular and versatile. Their convenient size makes them easy to work with, and useful in a wide variety of designs. You can use them as a subtle color accent or base your entire design upon them. Their natural organic shape makes them a great partner for beads like precious metal rounds or metallic seed beads. Peridot (PAIR-ee-doh), August's birthstone, is also known as Olivine and Chrysolite. The intensity of Peridot's zesty lime green color is dependent upon the amount of iron within the stone. Peridot's perky color makes this stone a perfect compliment to bright summer fashions. It is said that the Queen Cleopatra's extensive "emerald" collection was actually a large collection of high quality peridot. Peridot was a wildly popular gem in the Baroque period, and is once again gaining in popularity. Peridot pairs well with sterling silver, Swarovski crystal and magnetic hematite beads.
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