Heliodore beryl

Heliodor is part of the large family of beryls like emerald, aquamarine, morganite and goshenite.
The name “beryl” derives from a Sanskrit term which has always designated these gems, it is a classic language of the Brahmanic civilization of India, in Latin its name is “beryllus” itself taken from the Greek “bếrullos »
The name of the heliodorus is taken from the Greek “hêliódôros” from “dôron” gift and from “hêlios” sun, “gift of the sun”.
Heliodor beryl is a gemstone discovered in Namibia in 1910 and then considered a new variety, while beryls of the same color were already known in Brazil and Madagascar.

Heliodore fine stone

Gemstone heliodors generally come from Brazil, Madagascar, Namibia, India, Nigeria, Mozambique, but also Russia.
The causes of the different colors of the gemstone heliodores can be iron, chromium, manganese and vanadium, individually or in multiple combinations.
The tones of fine stone heliodor range from golden yellow to greenish yellow.
In lithotherapy, heliodor is a fine stone of enthusiasm and cheerfulness, it would bring spiritual purification and solar heat, which would contribute to a guarantee of good health.
Heliodor, a fine stone from the beryl family and a hardness of 7.5/8 on the Mohs scale, naturally finds its place in jewelery and fine jewelry for superb sun-coloured jewellery.