Red Beryl from Utah: A Review and Update
There is only one known commercial occurrence of gem-quality red beryl in the world.
Hydrothermal Synthetic Red Beryl from the Institute of Crystallography, Moscow
Hydrothermal synthetic red beryl has been produced for jewelry applications.
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.
The Red Hot Gems of Summer
These red, pink and orange hued gems evoke passion and excitement – and are surefire accessories for sultry summer days.
Nonfading Maxixe-Type Beryl?
A "nonfading" specimen was examined and proved to be the typical fading Maxixe-type deep blue beryl.
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.
A New Gem Beryl Locality: Luumäki, Finland
Strongly etched prismatic crystals of yellow, green, and pale blue gem beryl have been quarried from a pegmatite dike in Luumäki, Finland.
"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.
Dyed Bone as a Red Coral Imitation
A specimen presenting as red coral is revealed to be dyed bone.
Beryl Gem Nodules from the Bananal Mine, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Bicolored (aquamarine-morganite) beryl from a 1986 discovery at the Bananal mine is described.