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GIA Gem Project
Beryl

Chemically pure beryl is colorless, but trace elements give rise to green, blue and pink/red colors.

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Aquamarine with a dramatic secondary growth layer
Unusual Growth Zoning in Beryl

A striking aquamarine specimen showed a strongly saturated secondary growth layer.

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Ancient Tourmaline and Beryl from Afghanistan

Examination of a large private collection of beads and carvings from antique excavations, assembled in the 1970s by a collector in Afghanistan.

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Aquamarine, Maxixe-Type Beryl, and Hydrothermal Synthetic Blue Beryl: Analysis and Identification

Aquamarine, Maxixe-type (irradiated) beryl, and two types of hydrothermally grown synthetic blue beryl currently available in the marketplace were investigated by various gemological methods.

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Topaz, Aquamarine, and Other Beryls from Klein Spitzkoppe, Namibia

This article presents, for the first time, both gemological and geologic information on topaz, aquamarine, and other beryls from miarolitic pegmatites at Namibia’s historic Klein Spitzkoppe mineral locality.

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Tanzanian marquise-cut spinel
Exceptional Red Spinels and Fine Aquamarine

Beautifully cut spinel and aquamarine was among the finds at Tucson’s GJX show.

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Aquamarine Article
Aquamarine Description

Aquamarine is the green-blue to blue variety of the mineral beryl.

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Map of main aquamarine deposits of northern Pakistan.
Aquamarine from Pakistan

A gemological investigation of the aquamarine that has emerged from northern Pakistan in recent years.

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Gem Pegmatites of Minas Gerais, Brazil: Exploration, Occurrence, and Aquamarine Deposits

First in a series, this article reviews the exploration for gemstones and mining methods in Minas Gerais, Brazil.

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Spring 1997 Gem News International

A compilation of gem news from around the world, covering topics such as localities, unusual gem materials, market news, new products, discoveries, jewelry manufacturing techniques, and industry trends.

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