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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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Emeralds and Green Beryls of Upper Egypt

More than 2,000 years ago, emerald deposits in upper Egypt were supplying gems throughout the Graeco-Roman Empire.

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"Emeraldolite": A New Synthetic Emerald Overgrowth on Natural Beryl

This article describes a new manufactured gem material marketed under the trade name "Emeraldolite," which is an epitaxial growth of flux synthetic emerald on opaque white beryl.

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Beryl and topaz doublet resembling emerald
An Unusual Doublet Set in Fine Jewelry

An oval-shaped faceted stone resembling an emerald proved to be a doublet with a beryl top and a topaz bottom.

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Rough Emerald Article
Emerald Description

Emerald is the green to greenish blue variety of beryl, a mineral species that also includes aquamarine as well as beryls in other colors.

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At large, sophisticated mining operations, emerald's long journey from mine to market might begin with geological surveys and core samples of the ore. Article
Emerald Journey

Emerald is the green to greenish blue variety of beryl, a mineral species that also includes aquamarine as well as beryls in other colors.

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Winter 1995 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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Winter 1993 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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1.81 ct emerald/emerald doublet
Emerald/Emerald Doublet

An unusual doublet consisting of two sections of natural emerald is examined the Tokyo lab.

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Historical Reading: The Ancient Emerald Mines of Egypt

Egypt was the major source of emeralds until they were discovered in greater abundance and better quality in the New World in present-day Colombia.

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