Citrine




NOVEMBER: CITRINE

The name Citrine, comes from the old French word ‘citrin’, meaning yellow.

Citrine is a rare, transparent, pale yellow to brownish orange variety of quartz. Due to its beautiful tawny colour, durability and affordability, it is the most popular yellow to orange gem. Historically, Citrines yellow to orange hue meant that it was often confused with Topaz.

Citrine can occur in a wide range of sizes, and Citrine in sizes of up to 20 carats are common place in jewellery. However, because Citrine is so rare, a lot of the Citrine available on the market is actually heat-treated quartz or amethyst.

Citrine is a 7 on the Mohs scale of hardness, meaning it is durable enough for every day wear and requires very little special care. However, heat treated gems may fade when they are exposed to heat, so steam cleaning should be avoided.



Citrine Heart Pendant made in Sterling Silver

A sterling silver pendant crafted in the shape of a heart, with a citrine and diamond.

Please note, chain is not included.

Citrine Stud Earrings in Sterling Silver

These vibrant Citrine are bezel set in sterling silver. These studs are 4mm in diametre.

Citrine Heart Earrings made in Sterling Silver

Sterling silver earrings crafted into a shape of a heart with citrine and a diamond in each earring.

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