Citrine

Mohs Hardness: 7

Color: Yellow

The name citrine is derived from the lemon-yellow-golden-brown colour of the stone. Natural citrine is rare and is a pale yellow colour. Most citrine on the market is amethyst, from the same quartz family as citrine, which has been heat-treated to turn it yellow, was very popular for jewellery in the Art Deco period. Citrine also represents spiritual joy since it spreads positive, energetic light around its aura and is said to be one of only two crystals which do not need to be recharged or purified.’’

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