A tiny island known as Zabargard (owned by Egypt) it`s documented as the first source of Peridot, dating back as far as four thousand years. Peridot, is mentioned in many ancient references as chrysotile. It`s a symbol of purity and morality. The Peridot, was believed to be a stone of springtime by ancients who considered it a gift from Mother Nature. Napoleon once made a gift of Peridot to Josephine as a symbol of undying love and admiration. In ancient times, it`s said that a dream about Peridot foretold impending danger. Peridot is a stone of lightness and beauty. Only spiritual or clear-minded person should use Peridot. The person with too many earthly problems will not be able to understand the beauty of the Peridot. This stone come from Aaheims miners in Norway
Opal is the birthstone for the month of October. It is also the stone for celebrate the 14th Year of marriage. The name opal is thought to be derived from the Sanskrit upala, meaning “precious stone,” and later the Greek derivative “Opallios,” meaning “to see a change of color.” Or the “Eye Stone.” Like lightning in a rainbow, it flashes its brilliance with even the slightest movement and claims notice by all who witness its phenomenal “fire.” This is a stone so dedicated to the eye, so pleasing to the sight, it inspires love and hope, innocence and purity, luck and happiness.
Tiger`s Eye lets you see everything. Use it for insight and you can be a very lucky person. When used in jewellery, the Tiger`s Eye may bring good luck and protection from the evil eye to the wearer. It also known to bring clear thinking and insight.