One of the oldest minerals known to man is chrysolite. The name of the mineral translates from Greek as "Golden stone". This transparent green-colored mineral with different shades has unique properties. Jewelers stone called peridot, and geologists – olivine. For their ability to change in artificial light to green, it is also called "evening emerald".
Chrysolite has long attracted people with its attractive power and charm. The first mention of it occurs in the 4th Millennium BC. This semiprecious stone was also found in the composition of meteorites that fell to Earth.
The story goes that it was one of Cleopatra's favorite stones. By the way, for the first time this mineral began to produce in her homeland, Egypt. According to legend, peridot was mined at night, because it was believed that in sunlight it is impossible.
How to keep
Jewelry is primarily jewelry. You need to treat them gently to avoid mechanical damage and to cherish. They should be removed during sports, exercise, steam baths and saunas. To part with the decoration and needed during execution of the work on the house.
Jewelry should be protected from mechanical impacts. They lead to the emergence of many microcreping on the surface of the precious metal from which the product loses its luster.
Every time you remove the decoration, it should be cleaned especially microfiber cloth. If it was not, fit a cloth of flannel or suede.
Topaz is a dense stone and will not cause much trouble to the owner. You just need to Polish jewelry, removing from their surface plaque and dirt. You can polish it with suede or cloth.