Know Everything About Citrine Gemstone. We Have Here Very Detailed Information About Citrine’s Origins, Color, Quality, and Even the Citrine Gemstone Meaning On This Page.
An Introduction To Citrine Gemstone –
Citrine is one of the most famous Gemstones in the market. Tourmaline, Citrine, Yellow Sapphire, and Yellow Topaz are the only options for yellow-colored gemstones. In all of these, no other stones can beat our Citrine Gemstone in price, quality, and color. It belongs to the Quartz family and other members are Amethyst, Smoky, Rose, Crystal, Lemon, Beer, and Rutile. It comes in yellow (light and good) and golden-orange color. The name ‘Citrine is derived from ‘citron’ which is a French word and stands for ‘lemon’.
How Are All the Quartz Stones Better Than Topaz Gems?
So what is it that constitutes the difference between the real Topaz and Citrine? A fluorine aluminum silicate differentiates Citrine from Natural Topaz. It comparatively weighs 25-30% lower than Topaz and when we talk about the price point of view then it is lower than Topaz. Another reason is the wide color range of Quartz Stones – Smoky, Rose, Rutile, Citrine, Amethyst, etc.
Most of the Citrine Gems are a result of heat-treated Amethyst and that is acceptable in the market. 100% Natural Citrines in good color (golden-orange) are rarely available. Now when we talk about the chemical properties of Amethyst and Citrine then it’s quite similar, with the only difference of iron ions’ oxidation level (Fe3).
Citrine Gemstone usually is the Semi Precious Gemstone that is used most after Blue Topaz, and because of its vibrant Citrine Yellow color. Moreover, Citrine usually comes in three shades, Light Medium and Dark.
Finding A Supplier of Citrine On The Internet
This may lead you nowhere because “Citrine” is a very broad search term so it really depends on what you want to know about or do with this Citrine Gem. If you are looking to source Citrine Gemstone from one of our manufacturing’s then all you have to do is contact us. If you are looking for more information about Citrine, then there are a few other websites giving full information about Citrine Gemstone. Citrine is a type of Quartz, and the past few years for Citrine has not been too good in the market. In fact, the yellow color of any gemstone has not been doing too well. Yellow Sapphire, Yellow Quartz, Yellow Beryl, or even the Yellow Citrine, all are off late and not in trend, but the trend for Citrine is coming back with the introduction of the new “Mandarin Citrine” which is really dark and available at our stores too.
Here is a photo from our stock of Orange Color Citrine in Cushion, Checkerboard, and 8mm
Navneet Gems & Minerals Limited has both Man-Made and Not Man-Made Citrine. The photos below are of Natural Citrine and the pictures below are 100% natural and not photoshopped.
Citrine Origin –
Citrine is available all around the world. Burma, Namibia, Zambia, Russia, and leading supplier Brazil are known for the raw material of this stone. Madeira Citrine is the most famous of the colors which come in golden-yellow color and also higher in price.
Citrine Gemstone Color, Treatment, Sizes, Shapes, and Qualities –
As written above, it comes in light yellow, vivid yellow, golden-orange, and gold-brown colors and the most demanding and high-priced colors are golden with an orange tint. Most of the Natural Citrine Gemstone comes in pale yellow to medium yellow and all deep colors of golden orange to golden brown are heated (shows a reddish tint). Most of the Citrine Gemstones come in clean quality without any of the inclusions. The only quality factor is color, so the more price you pay, the better color you will get.
Round, Ovals, and cushion shapes are most famous in normal cut, cabochon cut and diamond cut Citrine Gemstone, however, we cut all other shapes and cuttings as well. We have good quantities in our stock and also make on order within 1 week. Calibrated sizes like 2mm, 3mm, 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 15mm rounds, 6×4, 8×6, 10×8 oval, pear, and octagon are more in demand rather than free big size stones. Natural Unheated Citrine Gemstone is becoming increasingly rare. Many of the Citrine Gemstones available today are heat-treated Amethyst or Smoky Quartz. Treated Citrine is often heated right at the mining source. The color change is considered to be both permanent and stable.
When we talk about color grading then it follows the same criteria as Amethyst. The top yellow color which is not easily available is called Madeira Citrine and Golden Citrine, which is used regularly in the market. Commercial Quality Citrine comes with a color banding of a very pale color without equal saturation of yellow color.
Citrine Cabochons –
Mostly Citrine Gemstone cabs come in light to medium color when you compare to Citrine Cut Gems. Price and demand are factors behind this because most of the cabs used in silver jewelry and the silver jewelry manufacturer’s target price are always low.
The Citrine Healing Power and The Citrine Meaning –
It is a symbol of prosperity, success, and positivity. Many businessmen keep this stone near their accounts for good fortune. It is also known as the 13th anniversary stone and the Birthstone for November month. Apart from these, it is also helpful in health issues like kidney, lungs, and heart problems. All these things are not just to say, many people tried this and freed their problems.
Contact Us to Buy Loose Citrine Cabochons and Citrine Faceted Stones –
We are a one-stop supplier of all types of Semi Precious Stones and Citrine is one of our main products. We are manufacturing calibrated round, oval, marquise, cushion, pear, octagon, and fancy shapes to free-size stones at wholesale prices. Every piece of ours is made in our own factories under the surveillance of gemstone experts. Not only normal cabochons and faceted stones but also we supply checkerboard, uneven and rose-cut Citrine cabochons, and faceted stones. Sometimes customers ask for a high dome or low dome with desired height according to jewelry so we also make and supply that. If you have any questions send us an inquiry right now on our email address on the contact page from the link above and we will get back to you with detailed information.