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Alexandrite & Chrysoberyl Crystal in Matrix Russia


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Alexandrite & Chrysoberyl Crystal in Matrix Russia
Alexandrite & Chrysoberyl Crystal in Matrix Russia
Alexandrite & Chrysoberyl Crystal in Matrix Russia
Alexandrite & Chrysoberyl Crystal in Matrix Russia
Alexandrite & Chrysoberyl Crystal in Matrix Russia
Alexandrite & Chrysoberyl Crystal in Matrix Russia
Alexandrite & Chrysoberyl Crystal in Matrix Russia
Alexandrite & Chrysoberyl Crystal in Matrix Russia
Alexandrite & Chrysoberyl Crystal in Matrix Russia
Alexandrite & Chrysoberyl Crystal in Matrix Russia
Alexandrite & Chrysoberyl Crystal in Matrix Russia
Alexandrite & Chrysoberyl Crystal in Matrix Russia
Alexandrite & Chrysoberyl Crystal in Matrix Russia
Alexandrite & Chrysoberyl Crystal in Matrix Russia
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Alexandrite & Chrysoberyl Crystal in Matrix Russia

 

 

Mineral:
Chrysoberyl, Variety: Alexandrite
Chemical Formula:
BeAl2O4
Size:
43,0 x 30,1 x 19,6 mm
Weight:
179,95 ct or 35,99 g
Transparence:
transparent - translucent
Quantity:
1
Origin:
Emerald mines (Izumrudnye Kopi; Malyshevskoe deposit), Tokovaya river (Tokovaia river), Malyshevo, Ekaterinburg (Sverdlovsk), Ekaterinburgskaya (Sverdlovskaya) Oblast', Middle Urals, Urals Region, Russia

Here you get several alexandrite crystals as well as colorless chrysoberyl in the mica schist matrix. the bigger chrysoberyl crystals disclosing almost no fracture planes and the greenish to bluish partly violet coloration in incandescent light, while in daylight the color becomes bright to darker green! The area with the strongest color change is below the slightly more outstanding crystal. A great specimen from the Ural Mountains in Russia.