The name Beryl comes from the Latin ‘beryllus’ and some refer to it as the ‘sea water stone.’

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Extracted from many places around the world, some of its larger mines can be found within South America, India, and Russia. This hardened gemstone is available in a spectrum of colours including green, blue, red, yellow, pink, purple, orange, and brown. Beryl originates as transparent but is later tinted due to the natural beryllium ions and aluminum ions to where it is found. Pure Beryl to this day is considered more valuable than coloured Beryl for this reason. Green Beryl has an intense mysterious appearance and is sometimes mistaken for being Emerald. Yellow Beryl is said to bring healing properties but also ensure success in business. Red Beryl has chosen a more romantic path, said bestow wisdom and have abilities to change a person’s mind or alter one’s path. One of the world’s most sought-after stones due to its variety of uses and reasons for wearing it. Which coloured is your favourite?

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