Color and Clarity of Himalayan Proportions-New Peridot Lot-Himalayan Glory
What makes a Gemstone- A Gemstone? It is its inherent beauty, the richness of color, the scintillation provided by a perfect cut, the novelty of its origin and most significantly its rarity and the difficulty in getting such a wonder that is fit to be called a Gem.
Presenting our new lot of Natural Peridots aptly called as Himalayan Glory an adjective used to describe something special of Himalayan Proportions.
Mined in the Suppatt Region in Pakistan at a height above 11,000 feet these Peridots are a fine example of quest of Man to get a Gemstone- a real Gemstone that delights and surprises.
Located in the highlands above the Indus River Valley it takes a 7-8 hour horseback ride before embarking on a strenuous and a dangerous trip that lasts 2-3 days before reaching the mining area-a region whose beauty no words can describe.
These fine Peridots represent the fundamental values that drive Gemstoneuniverse. Have a look at these beauties in their full splendour and appreciate the miracles of Nature.
Peridot often referred to as the Evening Emerald is the superior alternative, uparatana to be used as a Mercury Gemstone in lieu of an emerald. With color and clarity like this you can expect some wonderful results in your Gem Therapy.
Salient features of the lot Himalayan Glory:
– Finest Golden Olivine Green Color with sensational lustre.
– Rarity of its origin gives it a special draw.
– Clarity levels above 95% for the best planetary results.
– Fine symmetrical cut that enhances the beauty.
– Fully Natural, Treatment Free, free from any doshas ( flaws) as mentioned in the sacred texts- a true Jyotish Gem.
– Each Singular Peridot of this lot will find itself at the apex of the Gemstone Pyramid.
Certification and Appraisal of this lot is complete and you shall have it in the online Peridot Inventory in the next 48 hours.
You can access the Peridot Inventory by clicking here.
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