• Beryllonite - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beryllonite Beryllonite is a rare sodium beryllium phosphate mineral with formula NaBePO 4.The tabular to prismatic monoclinic crystals vary from colorless to white or pale yellowish, and are transparent with a vitreous luster. Twinning is common and occurs in several forms. It exhibits perfect cleavage in one direction. The hardness is 5.5 to 6 and the specific gravity is 2.8.
  • Beryllonite: Mineral information, data and localities.

    www.mindat.org/min-644.html Paragenesis and origin of secondary beryllophosphates: beryllonite and hydroxylherderite from the BEP granitic pegmatite, southeastern Manitoba, Canada. The Canadian Mineralogist, 40(5), 1339-1345. Québec
  • Beryllonite Meaning & Use: High Vibration Crystal Aids ...

    www.healing-crystals-for-you.com/beryllonite.html Beryllonite has a very high frequency that strongly resonates at the crown chakra to bring extraordinary Spiritual Light into your being. This is a high vibration crystal with a strong level of crystal energy, that has a wonderful vibration that may assist you to release fear that may be creating a dark cloud over your life.
  • Beryllonite | Definition of Beryllonite by Merriam-Webster

    www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/beryllonite Beryllonite definition is - a mineral NaBePO4 consisting of sodium beryllium phosphate occurring in light-colored topazlike orthorhombic crystals (hardness 5.5—6, specific gravity 2.85).
  • Beryllonite Value, Price, and Jewelry Information - Gem ...

    www.gemsociety.org/article/beryllonite-jewelry-gem-information Nevertheless, beryllonite’s rarity makes any crystal a valued specimen for a collector, and faceted pieces are especially prized. Long known only from Maine, a few new sources have been discovered but haven’t yielded too much facetable material. However, beryllonites from Afghanistan can sometimes show chatoyancy when cabbed properly.
  • Beryllonite | Gem5.com

    gem5.com/stone/19/beryllonite Beryllonite is a clear gem/mineral that gets its name from its high content of beryllium. There are very few gem quality pieces that have been produced. Beryllonite can be found in Pakistan, Brazil, Finland, and Maine. It has a color streak of white, and...
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    www.gemrockauctions.com/auctions/rare-gemstones/beryllonite About Beryllonite. RareBeryllonite. Further Reading. Rare And Exotic Gemstones Of The World ; $0 - $50. $50 - $100. $100 - $500. $500 - $9,999,999. $126. Rare 12.655 ct Beryllonite Collector's Gems L.3. zayangems. $126 $126 SAVE ...
  • Beryllonite | Definition of Beryllonite at Dictionary.com

    www.dictionary.com/browse/beryllonite Beryllonite definition, a mineral, sodium beryllium phosphate, NaBePO4, occurring in colorless or light-yellow crystals, sometimes used as a gemstone. See more.
  • Beryllonite - Mindat.org

    www.mindat.org/gm/644 Beryllonite and hurlbutite in the same specimen, exchanged with F. Sandström (-79). The beryllonite (blue arrow, area ~8x8 mm) show typical cross-cleaveges, hurlbutite (red arrow) the different brown shades depend on material thickness. Cleavelandite under the arrows (upper right) and the more brownish 5 mm in bottom. Specimen ~45x45x50 mm, A. ...
  • Beryllonite Gem Guide and Properties Chart | JTV.com

    www.jtv.com/library/gemopedia/beryllonite Shop Beryllonite Sisk Gemology Reference Showcasing 200 gemstones in over 1,000 pages and accompanied by more than 2,000 photos, The Sisk Gemology Reference is a must-have in every collector’s library.