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Chrysoberyl oval cut
The name chrysoberyl comes from the Greek, chrysoberyl meaning golden beryl. But chrysoberyl is more hard and therefore different from the classical gem beryl, which is much softer.

Chrysolite is another name given to the light greenish yellow variety of chrysoberyl that was in fashion during the nineteenth century.

A magnificent 47 carats chrysoberyl is listed in the catalog of the British Museum of Natural History.

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