Beryl Jewellery

An exceptional deposit of precious beryl was found in Luumäki in the Finnish province of South Karelia in the early 1980s. Mining activity was begun but had to be stopped after several unproductive years. The mine was closed and the area’s landscape was restored. Twenty years later, the mine was optimistically reopened, and in 2004, an active search for beryl resulted in a find of large, high-quality crystals.

 

Luumäki’s yellow-rich precious beryl is a true rarity on Finnish soil. Every beryl crystal from the mine is completely unique; nature sees to it that no two are the same. The beryl crystals have been cut into gemstones of various shapes and sizes, of which Kultaseppä Kulmala has the widest range. Kulmala’s goldsmith’s workshop has produced a number of stunning pieces of beryl  jewellery, each more eye-catching than the last.

 

 

 

 

  • The most well-known forms of beryl include the bright green emerald and cyan aquamarine.
  • Beryl scores 7.5–8 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness, and has fantastic qualities for use in many kinds of jewellery pieces.


www.kultaseppakulmala.fi

 

Kapteeninkatu 24

00140 Helsinki

FINLAND

info@kultaseppakulmala.fi

+358 9 629 252

 

 

An exceptional deposit of precious beryl was found in Luumäki in the Finnish province of South Karelia in the early 1980s. Mining activity was begun but had to be stopped after several unproductive years. The mine was closed and the area’s landscape was restored. Twenty years later, the mine was optimistically reopened, and in 2004, an active search for beryl resulted in a find of large, high-quality crystals.

 

Luumäki’s yellow-rich precious beryl is a true rarity on Finnish soil. Every beryl crystal from the mine is completely unique; nature sees to it that no two are the same. The beryl crystals have been cut into gemstones of various shapes and sizes, of which Kultaseppä Kulmala has the widest range. Kulmala’s goldsmith’s workshop has produced a number of stunning pieces of beryl  jewellery, each more eye-catching than the last.

 

 

 

 

  • The most well-known forms of beryl include the bright green emerald and cyan aquamarine.
  • Beryl scores 7.5–8 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness, and has fantastic qualities for use in many kinds of jewellery pieces.

An exceptional deposit of precious beryl was found in Luumäki in the Finnish province of South Karelia in the early 1980s. Mining activity was begun but had to be stopped after several unproductive years. The mine was closed and the area’s landscape was restored. Twenty years later, the mine was optimistically reopened, and in 2004, an active search for beryl resulted in a find of large, high-quality crystals.

 

Luumäki’s yellow-rich precious beryl is a true rarity on Finnish soil. Every beryl crystal from the mine is completely unique; nature sees to it that no two are the same. The beryl crystals have been cut into gemstones of various shapes and sizes, of which Kultaseppä Kulmala has the widest range. Kulmala’s goldsmith’s workshop has produced a number of stunning pieces of beryl  jewellery, each more eye-catching than the last.

 

 

 

 

  • The most well-known forms of beryl include the bright green emerald and cyan aquamarine.
  • Beryl scores 7.5–8 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness, and has fantastic qualities for use in many kinds of jewellery pieces.
  • The most well-known forms of beryl include the bright green emerald and cyan aquamarine.
  • Beryl scores 7.5–8 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness, and has fantastic qualities for use in many kinds of jewellery pieces.

An exceptional deposit of precious beryl was found in Luumäki in the Finnish province of South Karelia in the early 1980s. Mining activity was begun but had to be stopped after several unproductive years. The mine was closed and the area’s landscape was restored. Twenty years later, the mine was optimistically reopened, and in 2004, an active search for beryl resulted in a find of large, high-quality crystals.

 

Luumäki’s yellow-rich precious beryl is a true rarity on Finnish soil. Every beryl crystal from the mine is completely unique; nature sees to it that no two are the same. The beryl crystals have been cut into gemstones of various shapes and sizes, of which Kultaseppä Kulmala has the widest range. Kulmala’s goldsmith’s workshop has produced a number of stunning pieces of beryl  jewellery, each more eye-catching than the last.

 

 

 

 

  • The most well-known forms of beryl include the bright green emerald and cyan aquamarine.
  • Beryl scores 7.5–8 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness, and has fantastic qualities for use in many kinds of jewellery pieces.

An exceptional deposit of precious beryl was found in Luumäki in the Finnish province of South Karelia in the early 1980s. Mining activity was begun but had to be stopped after several unproductive years. The mine was closed and the area’s landscape was restored. Twenty years later, the mine was optimistically reopened, and in 2004, an active search for beryl resulted in a find of large, high-quality crystals.

 

Luumäki’s yellow-rich precious beryl is a true rarity on Finnish soil. Every beryl crystal from the mine is completely unique; nature sees to it that no two are the same. The beryl crystals have been cut into gemstones of various shapes and sizes, of which Kultaseppä Kulmala has the widest range. Kulmala’s goldsmith’s workshop has produced a number of stunning pieces of beryl  jewellery, each more eye-catching than the last.

 

 

 

 

Beryl Jewellery


www.kultaseppakulmala.fi

 

Kapteeninkatu 24

00140 Helsinki

FINLAND

info@kultaseppakulmala.fi

+358 9 629 252

 

 

  • The most well-known forms of beryl include the bright green emerald and cyan aquamarine.
  • Beryl scores 7.5–8 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness, and has fantastic qualities for use in many kinds of jewellery pieces.

An exceptional deposit of precious beryl was found in Luumäki in the Finnish province of South Karelia in the early 1980s. Mining activity was begun but had to be stopped after several unproductive years. The mine was closed and the area’s landscape was restored. Twenty years later, the mine was optimistically reopened, and in 2004, an active search for beryl resulted in a find of large, high-quality crystals.

 

Luumäki’s yellow-rich precious beryl is a true rarity on Finnish soil. Every beryl crystal from the mine is completely unique; nature sees to it that no two are the same. The beryl crystals have been cut into gemstones of various shapes and sizes, of which Kultaseppä Kulmala has the widest range. Kulmala’s goldsmith’s workshop has produced a number of stunning pieces of beryl  jewellery, each more eye-catching than the last.