Chrysoberyl is a rare and exotic group of gemstones. The chrysoberyl species includes a few different gemstone varieties. The most common variety is a transparent to translucent form colored by iron, which typically occurs in shades of yellowish to light-green. This is typically the only variety traded as just 'chrysoberyl', while other varieties of chrysoberyl are traded under very specific names. Chrysoberyl is a very rare mineral and gemstone quality deposits are even rarer.Chrysoberyl typically exhibits excellent transparency, although some lower grade material can occur translucent to opaque. Chrysoberyl has an extremely attractive, vitreous luster when cut and polished and it's known to occur with moderate to high levels of clarity

  • Mohs scale hardness- 8.5
  • Origin-  Sri Lanka , India, Tanzania, Madagascar, Pakistan, Russia, Zimbabwe, United States.
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