Colours are deeper and better in hand. Nice golden yellow. Top seller
|Dimensions (mm)||14 x 8 x 4mm|
|Weight (carats)||2.96 carats|
This is a natural stone that has been heated .
Weight 2.96 cts app
Size 14.84 x 7.80 x 4.76 mm app
Small traces of iron, and a natural aura which emanates from minerals containing uranium, are sufficient to give a colourless beryl a more or less intense yellow tone - the typical colour of the golden beryl. This gem has practically the same good qualities as its light blue cousin, the aquamarine. Indeed, as a rule it is found in the same kind of deposit. Golden beryl holds a fascination with its fine spectrum of yellow hues, from a weak lemon yellow to a warm golden colour. Unlike the emerald, however, it seldom has inclusions.
Iron and uranium together are also responsible for the fresh, stimulating greenish yellow of another beryl variety, the heliodor. The name goes with the colour very well, being derived from the Greek helios (sun) and doron (gift). So heliodor is a ‘gift from the sun’ to Man.
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