WHAT IS EXACTLY A BERYL?
Beryls are Gemstones that come in a variety of colors.
The most popular varieties being; Emerald, Aquamarine, Yellow Heliodor and Morganite.
Beryl is found in Europe in Norway, Austria, Germany, Sweden (especially morganite), Ireland and Russia, as well as Brazil, Colombia,
Madagascar, Mozambique, Pakistan, Afghanistan, South Africa, the United States, and Zambia.
A more unique Beryl we would like to focus on is the Golden Beryl, what is it exactly?
With its sun-kissed hues and fine transparency, Golden Beryl is a cheerful addition to any jewelry wardrobe.It is perhaps the least-known member of the Beryl gemstone family, which includes Emerald and Aquamarine.
It was first discovered in Namibia in 1913 in a pegmatite that also produced Aquamarine.
Today, it is sourced primarily from Brazil and Madagascar.
Golden Beryl should not be confused with Heliodor, another variety of Beryl gemstone.
The two stones can be distinguished by their coloring: Golden Beryl is a warm, bright yellow, while Heliodor is a pale yellow-green.