Specimen ID: V6A-YPQ

Beryl : Be3Al2(Si6O18)
Mindat locality:
Collected by:

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This specimen is 8 cm x 5cm x 4cm. It is terminated on one side, and partially terminated on the other side. One vertical face of this stone has three parallel intergrown crystal faces, giving it a nice aesthetic quality. The specimen was dug from a large vein of Heliodor, Beryl, and Quartz in Rhode Island. It isnot the first beryl ever discovered in Rhode Island, But is the first found in any quantity or quality.
Scott Maier - 19th July 2009
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