Natural, Untreated Peridot for Amazing Mercury Energies
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|Planetary Energy||Mercury, Budh|
|Patron Location||Bangalore, India|
|All inclusive Price||$ 125 / INR 6698|
|Comments||The color green is looked at as one of the most soothing colors of the spectrum. It is a color that denotes freshness and renewal. It also symbolizes fertility and new possibilities and hopes.
Featured today is a fantastic Peridot of 2.45 carats from Pakistan set in Sterling silver as a mercury talisman ring. The Peridot is the substitute gem for natural emerald or panna gemstone, but not a notch lesser in its beauty.
The peridot is also known as olivine, because of its color and is often referred to as zarajad zaitooni (Zaitoon being Olive) in Arabic. It is the perfect upratna to natural emerald for harnessing the energies of Mercury or Budha Graha.
The Peridot was apparently the favorite gem of King Edward VII. His favorite color is widely known to be ‘Leek-Green’. Not surprisingly, the Edwardian jewelry incorporated a lot of peridots, emeralds, and demantoid garnets (green) among others.
Take a look at some of the pieces of jewelry typical of the Edwardian Era, with the green stones and filigree work.
It is also knows as the birthstone of the month of August, in the West. The peridot is especially believed to help with expression of self and overcome timidity.
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