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chrysoberyl

Despite having similar names, chrysoberyl is a completely different mineral to beryl, the group of gemstones to which emerald and aquamarine belong. Chrysoberyl is a very hard stone and is rated 8.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness sitting just below ruby and sapphire. In this article we will explore some of its other characteristics as well as have a look at the rare and valuable variety of chrysoberyl known as alexandrite.

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  • Posted by Simon Rufus

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