Chrysoberyl fine stone and shimmer

Chrysoberyl is a gemstone that was first described in 1790 by German geologist and mineralogist Abraham Gottlob Werner (1749-1817).
Chrysoberyl has been known since ancient times, this fine stone takes its name from the Greek “khrusos” and “berullos” meaning “golden beryl”.
Nowadays, its sought-after varieties are alexandrite and cat’s-eye chrysoberyl for its shimmering phenomenon, but also for its yellow-green colors in faceted gemstones.
Chrysoberyl is a mineral species formed from beryllium and aluminum oxide with traces of iron and chromium.

Brilliant vitreous luster chrysoberyl

The main deposits of chrysoberyl are Brazil, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, United States, Madagascar, Russia, Zimbabwe, South Africa.
Chrysoberyl has a brilliant vitreous luster, it is a fine stone highly appreciated in jewelery and jewelery for its color and its durability of 8.5 on the Mohs scale, just after diamond and corundum.
In lithotherapy and on the physical level, chrysoberyl cat’s eye would have the ability to reduce visual disturbances, improve night vision, on the psychic level this stone would protect against bad looks and negative vibes.
Chrysoberyl is today a highly sought-after gemstone, its play of light is admirable, and of course its price per carat is relatively expensive.