Introduction to the Meaning and Uses of Citrine
Citrine is recognized as one of the most popular and frequently purchased yellow gemstones.
Citrine is a variety of quartz whose color ranges from a pale yellow to brown due to ferric impurities. Natural citrines are rare.
Brazil is the leading producer of citrine, with much of its production coming from the state of Rio Grande do Sul.
The name comes from the French word citron, meaning lemon.
Citrine has been referred to as the “merchant’s stone” or “money stone”, due to a superstition that it would bring prosperity.
The gemstone Citrine is the official birthstone for the month of November as adopted by the American National Association of Jewelers in 1912. It is also the Planetary stone for the Sun Sign of Virgo and the accepted gem for the 13th and 17th wedding anniversary.
Natural Citrine is a premier stone of manifestation, imagination, and personal will. Carrying the power of the sun, it is warm and comforting, energizing and life giving. It stimulates the chakras like the sunlight of spring, clearing the mind and stirring the soul to action. Its frequency awakens creativity and imagination, and sustains the process of transforming dreams and wishes into tangible form. With its pure yellow energy, Citrine encourages fullness of life, fresh beginnings and new pursuits.
- A halo dazzling simulated diamond prongs on the Inverted “V” setting. Size: 1.5*2.42 cm
- Citrine’s the most popular and frequently purchased yellow gemstone.
- Birthstone for November. It’s also recognized as the gem that commemorates the thirteenth anniversary.
- In 925 sterling silver with stamp 925. Plated in white gold for a luxury look, they’ll look beautiful worn for day or night.
- Makes an ideal gift for your lover, girlfriend, fiancee, wife, mother, couple, Valentine or just a friend, etc.