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Interesting Facts

There are other members of the beryl family much less known then their famous cousins. Pale green beryl is essentially a green version of aquamarine. Pink and peach beryl, colored by manganese impurities, is known as morganite. Morganite was discovered late 1800's and is named after gem collector extraodinaire J.P. Morgan. Golden Beryl is colored by uranium impurities, and is known as heliodor. The rarest variety is red beryl, also known as "bixbite", and also derives it color from manganese impurities. The colorless variety of beryl known as goshenite is little used as a gemstone, however it played a very important role in history. In antiquity beryl was used for the lenses of spectacles - and was the source of the German word for spectacles, "brille".

Beryl Morganite Gemstone:

Antique 19thC Elba Italy 1/3ct+ Pink Emerald Morganite 4mm - $45.99 #58024

Antique 19thC Elba Italy 1/3ct+ Pink Emerald Morganite 4mm - $42.99 #58025

Sparkling Antique 19thC Hand Cut Green Beryl Aquamarine 5mm*4mm - $34.99 #54055

Sparkling Antique 19thC Hand Cut Green Beryl Aquamarine 5mm*3 1/2mm - $34.99 #54058