Citrine - Birthstone for November


Citrine comes in all shades of pale yellow to orange red. Warm yellow is the most commonly seen of this gemstone.

Shown above - melon carved Citrine beads.

Citrine and Topaz are the birthstones for November.




All these stones are available for custom orders.  Prices are included in standard designs unless marked. 

Round cabochon Citrine pairs, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm.

Round cabochon Citrine pair, 7mm.

Round cabochon Citrine pair, 8mm.

Round cabochon Citrine pair, 9mm.

Oval cabochon Citrine pair, 9x7mm.

Square pyramid cabochon Citrine pair, 4mm.

Marquise cabochon Citrine, 6x3mm.

Small Citrine briolette beads, 4mm.

Chequerboard round grooved Citrine, 10mm.

3.5mm faceted and round citrine bead strands.

5mm round citrine bead strand.

Faceted freeform Citrine bead pair, assorted shapes available, 12x9mm.

Citrine pale yellow carved flower beads, 10-12mm.

Long freeform faceted Citrine bead strand, approx 26x12mm.

Graduated freeform faceted Honey Citrine bead strand, largest approx 19x10mm.



Ametrine is a naturally occurring gemstone where the crystal has changed colour during growing.  It is half Citrine (yellow) and half Amethyst (purple).

 This is a beautiful emerald cut Ametrine, $70 12x20mm.



Citrine is the name for the yellow variety of Quartz.  Vivid yellow is rare in nature and so it is created by heat treating pale Amethyst.  It has a hardness of 7 so should be treated carefully in rings and for storage.
It goes beautifully with yellow gold, bringing out the rich yellow colour.
Other varieties of quartz I have featured so far: Amethyst and Green Quartz.
Find out more about Citrine on the GIA website.

You can see all the Citrine jewellery I have with by selecting the Citrine filter in my shop






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