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It is August 1st and it's time to celebrate peridot! Peridot is also the 15th wedding anniversary. The preferred color for peridot is a pure “grass” green without any hint of yellow or brown. This gemstone was valued in many ancient and medieval cultures. It appeared in priests’ jewelry as early as the second century BCE and later in the chalices and churches of medieval Europe.

It is August 1st and it's time to celebrate peridot! Peridot is also the 15th wedding anniversary. The preferred color for peridot is a pure “grass” green without any hint of yellow or brown. This gemstone was valued in many ancient and medieval cultures. It appeared in priests’ jewelry as early as the second century BCE and later in the chalices and churches of medieval Europe.

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