Chrysoberyl Gemstone 1.28ct
This Natural Chrysoberyl is Gemstone Which is Yellowish Green Colour, it’s Originates From India and its Exact Weight is 1.28ct. The Measurements are 6.12×5.51×3.81mm. The Shape and Cut of This Stone is Oval Mixed Cut. It’s Graded Transparent and Clarity is Good. This 1.28ct Yellowish Green Natural Chrysoberyl Gem is Available For Ready to Ship Anywhere in The World. You Can also Select Certification and Shipment Method as Optional.
|Shape/cut||Oval Mixed Cut|
Chrysoberyl Gemstone 1.28ct
Properties Of Chrysoberyl Gemstone
Chemical Composition: BeAl2O4
Specific Gravity (Density): 3.75
Refractive Index: 1.746 – 1.756(DR)
About Chrysoberyl Gemstone
Chrysoberyl is really a treasure that is beautiful well suited to jewelry use. The combination of high hardness (8.5) and cleavage that is indistinct it extremely durable. Although its dispersion is low, it is an extremely bright and a gem that is colorful. Cat’s eye Chrysoberyl can be available. Other gems such as diopside and apatite may be called pet’s eyes, but Chrysoberyl ended up being the cat that is initial eye gem. It’s the cat that is finest’s eye of gems. The fibers that are silky so fine that the microscope will become necessary to see the average person fibers. This produces a very cat that is sharp eye effect.
Chrysoberyl is not perfectly understood in the gem world. It is notably overshadowed by certainly one of its more varieties that are famous Alexandrite. Alexandrite is the most widely known and many varieties that are valuable of. The quality of Alexandrite’s color change effect is what accounts because of its value and desirability. It can change from shades of blue-green or green in daylight to shades of mauve, violet, purple or even red in incandescent light. Alexandrite normally available as a cat’s attention gem.
Occurrences of Chrysoberyl are widespread, however, fine crystals are uncommon. Notable localities include: from numerous places in Brazil, with exceptional crystals from Tancredo, Itagua¸cu, and Colatina, Espirito Santo; from Faria Lemos, Santa Luzia de Carangola, and Americana, TeÃ³filo Otoni, Minas Gerais; at Campo Formoso, Teixeira de Freitas, and Cachoeira, Bahia. From MarÅ¡Ãkov, Å umperk, Moravia, Czech Republic. At the Izumrudnye mines, Tokovaya River, near Yekaterinburg (Sverdlovsk), and Mursinka, Ural Mountains, Russia. From Miakanjovato, near Lake Alaotra, northeast of Ambatosoratra, Madagascar. Near Masvingo (Ft. Victoria), Zimbabwe. Abundant in gem gravel placers into the Ratnapura district, Sri Lanka. In the USA, from near Golden, Jefferson County, Colorado; in Maine, at Topsham, Sagadahoc County, from Paris, Norway, and Hartford, Oxford County, and elsewhere.