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Peridot Beads

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3.5 - 4mm Peridot Faceted Rondelles 15 inch 153 beads - The Bead Traders
2-2.2mm Peridot Microfaceted Rounds 12 inch 130 beads - The Bead Traders
Peridot Faceted Pear Beads 8 inch 55 pieces - The Bead Traders
4mm Peridot Faceted Rondelle Gold Chain 38 beads - The Bead Traders
Afghani Peridot Plain Nugget Beads 14 inch 35 pieces - The Bead Traders
2-2.5mm Peridot Plain Round Beads 14 inch - The Bead Traders
5mm Peridot Faceted Tube Beads, 14 inch - The Bead Traders
2mm Peridot microfaceted round beads 13 inch 175 pieces - The Bead Traders
4mm Peridot Square Heishis 16 inch 240 beads - The Bead Traders
2.5mm Peridot Microfaceted Round Beads 12 inch 135 pieces - The Bead Traders
5mm Peridot Faceted Rondelles 12 inch 110 beads - The Bead Traders
Peridot Native Cut Plain Heishi Beads 14 inch 180 pieces - The Bead Traders
8x3mm Peridot Plain Tube Beads 14 inch - The Bead Traders
4mm Peridot Plain Rectangle Beads, 14 inch - The Bead Traders
5x4-7x5mm Peridot faceted oval beads 13 inch 50 pieces - The Bead Traders
2mm Peridot Microfaceted Round Beads 12 inch 200 pieces - The Bead Traders
5mm-6mm Peridot Faceted Rondelle Beads 14 inch 133 pieces - The Bead Traders
Peridot Faceted Oval Silver Chain by the Foot 25 pieces - The Bead Traders
3mm Peridot Faceted Rondelle Gold Chain 37 beads - The Bead Traders
4mm Matte Peridot Rondelle Gold Chain 42 beads - The Bead Traders
3.5-4mm Peridot Plain Coin Beads, 14 inch - The Bead Traders
3 - 4mm Peridot Faceted Coin Beads, 14 inch - The Bead Traders
5x4mm Peridot Cornerless Cubes 15 inch 63 beads - The Bead Traders
Matte Peridot Double Rondelle Gold plated Chain by the Foot 54 pieces - The Bead Traders
Matte Peridot Plain Rondelle Black Gold Chain by the Foot 60 pieces - The Bead Traders
4-5mm Peridot Heishi Silver Chain 35 beads - The Bead Traders
peridot beads


Considered by the ancients to be a gem of the spring, the beautiful green of peridot shines like new leaves in May. A rare, gem-quality form of olivine, peridot is the birthstone for August. Peridot Beads come from several locations including Egypt, Myanmar, Burma, South Africa, Australia, Norway, Brazil, Arizona, and Hawaii. Unlike quartz, agates, or opals, this gemstone bead is only found in one color, which is often described as bottle green.

What Do Peridot Gemstone Beads Symbolize?

Peridot is used by crystal healers to bring clarity and new beginnings. It is a symbol of spring renewal, lightness, and beauty. It is said that only spiritually oriented people can benefit from wearing peridot jewelry because people who are too bound to earth by everyday problems cannot recognize its soothing effect. Peridot beads are used to protect the wearer against negative emotions. It is also said to have a positive effect on illnesses of the gallbladder and liver.

The green color of peridot identifies it as one of the gems of abundance. In addition to attracting wealth and prosperity, peridot is a stone of renewal and transformation in relationships as well. Its transformational effects help couples who are having difficulties make a new start in their marriage. Include some out-of-this-world peridot beads in your next necklace!

Are They Called Peridot or Chrysolite Beads?

Peridot is mentioned in the Bible, but it is called chrysolite. It was valued as a sacred stone and is one of the stones, along with amethyst, often used in bishop’s rings. Some peridot jewelry enthusiasts make a distinction between chrysolite, peridot, and olivine, with the light, yellowish green stones called chrysolite, the darker, grass green stones called peridot, and the dark olive gems called olivine. All of the stones are forms of olivine, although most specimens found are not of gemstone quality. Peridot is rare and is considered a precious stone.

Explore the Variety!


While “bottle green” is the most common description of the color, chrysolite beads, peridot, and olivine show different shades of this color. Choose the hue that’s right for you!


Some of the most common sizes you will find for chrysolites are:

  • peridot beads 6mm
  • peridot beads 8mm
  • 2mm

At Bead Traders we carry a variety of popular sizes to make sure you get what you need to create your work of art.


Creating the perfect piece is an art form. You can find a variety of shapes for peridots such as oval, tube, square, rondelle, pears, and more!

The History of Natural Peridot Beads

The first recorded mention of peridot is from ancient Egypt on the island of Zabargard. One of the pharaohs enslaved the population of the island and forced them to mine the gems. There is some speculation that Cleopatra’s emeralds were actually peridots. The island was renamed St. John’s Island by Crusaders who brought the gem back to Europe when they returned home. There was some confusion between peridots and emeralds at this time, although the gems are believed to be peridots. Natural peridot beads came to symbolize purity during the Middle Ages, and it was also believed that dreaming about peridot was a sign of impending danger.

Fun Fact

Peridot is one of the gems most commonly found in meteorites, particularly the pallasite variety. This is probably due to the high iron content in this type of meteorite. The green color of peridot is caused by the presence of iron when the crystals are forming. Pallasite meteorites resemble stained glass with pieces of clear, green peridot surrounded by a framework of iron.

Buy Peridot Beads Today Online!

At The Bead Traders, we offer the lowest prices on all of our beading supplies as well as charms every day. Because we purchase our product in volume, you save whenever you're buying beads online with us. Shop online or visit our wholesale page if you prefer to place a bulk order of your own. Buy peridot beads today and create a masterpiece!


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