How Much Is Peridot Worth?

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How much peridot is worth can vary. Like all gemstones, it's worth is dependent upon it's quality and color as well as it's size.
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The worth of a peridot is all dependent on it's size, clarity and color. There are some peridots worth around $200 and then you have some which are large, clear and perfect in color that are worth almost $3,000.
The worth of the semi-precious gemstone peridot can range from $25.00 to $350.00. The most important feature for value is the coloring of the stone. A bright, glowing lime green is favored. Clarity, cut and size will also affect the value of an individual stone.
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