Beryl Stone


Beryl stone belongs to a family most people know as emerald.

Aquamarine - sky-blue to blue-green, but if treated by radiation or heat it will more likely be either a darker or dark blue;





Emerald - bright-green;

Green Beryl - light green;

 beryl gemstones

Goshenite - colourless;

 mineral beryl

Heliodor - golden to greenish-yellow;

 beryl green

Morganite - pink;

 beryl stone 

Peach Beryl - peachy-pink;

 beryl crystal 
 
By Orbital Joe via Flickr.com

Red Beryl - red.

 red beryl 
 By Orbital Joe via Flickr.com

These varieties of beryl are found in America, Afghanistan, Austria, Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Canada, China, Colombia, Egypt, Ethiopia, France, Germany, India, Italy, Kazakhstan, Madagascar, Mozambique, Namibia, Pakistan, Russia, Somalia, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

 beryl gemstone 
 
By Cliff via Flickr.com

This page was written by Magda Palmer, a gemmologist and the author of The Healing Power of Crystals, Precious Stones and Feng Shui Student Manual, which I highly recommend.












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