This 4.94-ct red beryl, or bixbite, is the second largest faceted specimen. This bixbite has inclusions of bixbyite - quite a mouthful! From the private collection of Alan Hodgkinson, acquired by Somewhere In The Rainbow. Photo credit Sean Milliner. Photo courtesy of Shelly Sergent, Somewhere in the Rainbow Collection.
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Credit: Somewhere in the Rainbow Collection
|Gemstone||Beryl, Red Beryl|
|Natural or man made||Natural|
|Origin details||Wah Wah Mountains, Utah|